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Will your insurance cover you and the other driver if you had an accident and received a DUI?

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2005-09-18 00:01:38
2005-09-18 00:01:38

As long as your insurance was valid at the time of the accident it should pay up to it's policy limits. It is possible that your insurance company will issue a non renewal at their earliest opportunity.

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