Iowa’s OWI law states that it is unlawful to operate a motor vehicle in Iowa:
Iowa’s implied consent law means that any person who operates a motor vehicle in the state agrees to have a blood, breath and/or urine test performed to determine alcohol level or presence of drugs, whenever a peace officer has reasonable grounds to believe the person is operating under the influence.
Drivers and passengers must use safety belts or an approved restraint system.
In Iowa, parents are required to make sure their children are properly restrained in a car seat when riding in a motor vehicle. The law states:
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