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No. If you have any DUI's or DWI's on you record, you would be seen by the insurance companies as a driving risk and would not get low rates.

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if you committed the DUI, you need car insurance.


You need motorcycle insurance if you have a motorcycle. The DUI is a ticket.


As with any type of violation, a DUI can heavily influence insurance rates. Typically the insurance premium will increase for at least three years. It can also be difficult to obtain insurance after a DUI.


Having a DUI won't make your insurance company drop you most of the time. You will have to pay more, but just getting car insurance with a DUI shouldn't be a problem.


A DUI will adversely affect your insurance regardless, but the degree of effectiveness depends on your history and your insurance company.


Yes you can. In fact, some states will require you to carry insurance in the form of an SR22 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.


if you get stop in Canada for DUI and don't report to insurance, are you obligated to report to them.


Insurance will stay high for about 5 to 6 years after a DUI.


Yes, it can be difficult to get insurance if you have been caught driving under the influence of alcohol. Insurance premiums can also be terribly high. This website (http://adrienne2.hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Get-Insurance-After-A-DUI) offers tips on how to get car insurance after a DUI. The most important tip is to not commit a DUI again!


You can buy auto insurance after a DUI, however it will be more expensisve. If your license is revoked, you cannot get insurance.


== == Why do you assume you will GET insurance, after a DUI? The insurance industry is cracking down on those who drink and drive, by refusing to insure such drivers.


No. The loan on your car has nothing to do with a DUI. If you do get a DUI, most probably your insurance renewal premium will go up a lot. But, your insurance has no reason to cover your auto loan. It is up to you to make your loan payments with or without a DUI on your record.


Yes , A DUI will make your insurance go up in Oklahoma and every other state.


If the DUI was the cause of the wreck, probably not. You will need to check your policy to see what it says, since there are many options for insurance.


Car insurance will be higher for up to five years after the first DUI in California.


You can buy a car in Florida with a DUI, but you may not be able to get insurance for it.


To get insurance in the state of Pennsylvania after having a DUI on your record is fairly hard. First, you will need to wait 4 months after receiving the DUI. I then suggest having a personal talk with your insurer.


It is not easy to qualify for disability insurance if you have a recent DUI. The logic behind this is that you are at greater risk of suffering a disability if you are injured in a car accident and you are more likely to have a car accident if you have a history of DUI. If you are asking about whether or not your employer's auto liability insurance will cover you, then the answer is "probably not" if your DUI is recent (3 years or less).


DUI is a very serious matter. You can expect your rates to increase by a large portion. They can revoke your insurance if they see fit to as well. If they do not revoke it, you will have to get SSR insurance.


Inquire the local insurance companies and registered lawyers for quotes and policies regarding insuring registered DUI offenders. They will help you find out where you can obtain qualified insurance.



DWI or DUI car insurance is simply car insurance for those who have a DWI or DUI offense on their driving records. These people are perceived as a higher risk by the insurance industry, so these policies are more expensive and offer less coverage.


Kansas has some of the most stringent DUI laws in the United States. The response to a DUI conviction varies from insurance carrier to insurance carrier, so there is no way to determine if your specific situation will cause State Farm to cancel your insurance coverage. If you do lose coverage due to a DUI, you may be required to obtain SR-22 insurance, which is a kind of high-risk coverage that offenders must sometimes purchase instead of regular coverage.


in the state of New Jersey drivers with a history of repeated DUI offences can get car insurance however they are required to get a specific type of insurance called SR-22 Auto Insurance. This type of insurance can be extremely expensive and not all insurance brokers offer it meaning that the insurance you need can be very difficult to obtain.



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