A BAIID device is a machine that is installed in your vehicle. Before your allowed to start the vehicle and at various times when you are driving your vehicle, you must provide a sample of your breath into the machine to confirm that you have not consumed alcohol.
The Illinois Secretary of State requires you to place a BAIID machine in your vehicle if you have a Statutory Summary Suspension and you want to drive. For example, if you have a Statutory Summary Suspension for 1 year it means you cannot operate any motor vehicle for the 1 year period of suspension. However, if you install a BAIID machine in your car, you will be allowed to drive for 11 months of your 12 month suspension.
Below is the letter that the Illinois Secretary of State will send to your regarding the BAIID permit and machine.
The ONLY way around having to put this machine in your car and still drive is to have the Statutory Summary Suspension rescinded. Read the section of my Website on the Statutory Summary Suspension to learn how I help better your chances of beating the suspension and how the sooner you act the better your chance of not having to install the BAIID machine.