After a DUI, what if I get another?
Repeat offenders get harsher fines and will likely spend at least a few days in jail - more if the DUI resulted in an accident in which someone was hurt or killed.
Your car may be seized, either temporarily or permanently. You may also be required to install an ignition interlock breath-testing device that will prevent you from starting your vehicle if it detects a minimum Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) level.
We believe in second chances, but we don’t condone second offenses. That’s why we offer affordable, first-class coverage for first time DUI offenders. If it’s your first offense, and you’ve completed a Safe Driving and Substance Abuse Therapy program, get a quote now!
According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS), more than half of all states require DUI offenders to install interlock devices that analyze the driver’s breath and disable the vehicle’s ignition if the driver has been drinking.
All states define it as a crime to drive with a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) at or above 0.08 percent.
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