3 to 5 years depending on your Insurance Companies rating guidelines.
A DUI will adversely affect your insurance regardless, but the degree of effectiveness depends on your history and your insurance company.
It depends on your state as to whether or not they will still have a license. In Georgia they would loose the license. As far as insurance rate it will definitely have a bad effect.
Insurance will stay high for about 5 to 6 years after a DUI.
In Alabama, A DUI will stay on your record for a persons entire lifetime. An insurance company will require a special type of insurance after a DUI.
The norm is 5 years. Car rental companies will sometimes go 7 years.
For most insurance companies it only stays on your record for 5 years. For employment checks or if you go to the DMV to obtain a copy of your record, I believe in Georgia a DUI/DWI stays on your record for 7 years.
Car insurance will be higher for up to five years after the first DUI in California.
10 years yes it will affect your DMV records Trust me it happen 2 me..good Luck.
How long does a DUI stay on your record- In California, a DUI remains on your driving record for 10 years. Before January 1, 2007, it only remained on your record for 7 years. Now, even if you were convicted of a DUI before the 2007 legislative change, it will still be reported for 10 years.More info below-
A DUI will stay on your criminal record in California forever, unless sealed by court order. However, it will only affect your insurance (via points) for 10 years from the date of violation.
You need motorcycle insurance if you have a motorcycle. The DUI is a ticket.
if you committed the DUI, you need car insurance.