If the violation was derived by the use of a breathalizer test, you could contest the results when (like always) an enforcement officer administers the test. By the Federal Drug Administration Laws: the only person that can legally operate a blood alcohol monitor (breathalizer) is a licensed physician that is licensed that is licensed by the state board in the state that the BA test is administed. Like crooked banks get the prejudice of most of the judges, the officer that brought this case to trial would attempt to argue this point......good attorney....Federal superceeds...state...county and municipal???? It can be contested and overturned and you would not have to worry about the statute time. The law system along with the insurance companies make billions on DUIs each year so do not expect them to jump up and down and readily agree with this fact, but it is truly a fact of law. good luck
Was 10 years, I'm not sure about now.
The forgoing answer makes no sense and is not responsive to the question. The underwriting guidelines of the auto insurance company dictate how long a surcharge may be added to the premium after a DUI conviction. The insurance regulatory authority of the state in which the insurer wishes to do business (and therefore, in which it has filed its rates and forms for approval) will review the proposal and either allow it or require modification in accordance with state insurance law. The federal government has no involvement.
Insurance companies' sources of funds are primarily policy premiums.
"There are many companies that offer cheap health insurance premiums, but they vary for everyone. It depends on your health record and history. Some of the companies are Blue Cross and Humana."
They are not. Though many insurance companies charge them higher premiums.
Someone is able to compare the premiums for different vehicle insurance companies at a company called Progressive, where one is able to compare other top car insurance rates.
One may compare motorcycle insurance premiums at a number of the top insurance companies websites. One such company is Progressive, which offers the ability to compare your savings with the savings of other top companies.
You pay premiums because insurance companies are a business and they are there to make a profit. Also, the premiums you pay go into a pool of money so the insurance company can pay out claims when necessary.
A motor accident claim will make one's insurance premiums go up. Most insurance companies will do this at the time of renewal though.
All major car insurance companies offer luxury car insurance. The premiums vary depending upon the year, the make, the model, the mileage, and the condition of the car and other factors. Your past driving record will also impact your car insurance premiums.
Insurance companies make money by collecting premiums and deductibles from customers. Not everyone will ever use their insurance policy, so the company profits from those cases.
Most insurance companies will allow clients to pay their insurance premiums monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, or annually.
Progressive and Elephant insurance companies advertise how they reward good driving with partial refunds of insurance premiums. In general, all insurance companies offer lower rates to those with better driving histories.
Most insurance companies won't, but Lloyds of London will cover anything, you just need to be able to pay the premiums.