If you're taking to the road over the upcoming July 4th celebration period, drinking and driving can be one of the most expensive mistakes you can make.
When you get a DUI, do you know when it will show up on your insurance, how much to expect it to go up, and how long before it falls off your motor vehicle record (MVR)?
Typically, your insurance company will see this charge show up at renewal time or when you apply for an auto policy.
Several factors related to your DUI are determined by the insurer and state working together.
They determine the length of the look-back period, the amount of the insurance premium, and the status of your policy (could be canceled).
An independent insurance agent will be extremely helpful in providing specific details about these factors as well as other elements that can impact your auto insurance coverage.
Have questions about your auto insurance? Call me at 706-726-1446 for answers.