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Alameda County DUI School Program and Classes

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Official DUI School List - Alameda County

The California official DUI school list includes six state-certified DUI programs available in Alameda County.

Bi-Bett Education Program
Phone: (510) 783-8708
Fax: (510) 783-8725
22429 Hesperian Blvd.
Hayward, 94541
Contact: Josephine Ojeda
License Number: 0100201100
Class Type: First Offense DUI Class
[email protected]

Second Chance, Inc.
Phone: (510) 792-4357
Fax: (510) 745-1693
6330 Thornton Ave., Ste B
Newark, 94560
Mailing Address: PO Box 643, Newark, CA 94560
Contact: Nora K. Rocha
License Number: 0100301100
Class Type: First Offense DUI Class
www.secondchanceinc.com

Axis Community Health, Inc.
Phone: (925) 462-1755
Fax: (925) 485-1265
666 Owens Dr.
Pleasanton, 94588
Contact: Jonathan Garig
License Number: 0100501100
Class Type: First Offense DUI Class
www.axishealth.org

MHN Government Services, Incorporated - Occupational Health Services
Phone: (510) 430-3699
Fax: (510) 569-3743
344 Pendleton Way
Oakland, 94621
Contact: Victor Salinas
License Number: 0100601120
Class Type: First Offender, AB541 DUI School, CA SB38 Multi Offender 18 month class
www.mhn.com

MHN Government Services, Incorporated - Occupational Health Services
Phone: (510) 430-3699
Fax: (510) 569-3743
2847 B Whipple Rd.
Union City, 94587
Mailing Address: 344 Pendleton Way Oakland, CA 94621
Contact: Victor Salinas
License Number: 100602120
Class Type: AB541 First Offense DUI Classes, CA SB38 Multi Offender 18 Month Class, Second Offense DUI Classes
www.mhn.com

MHN Government Services, Incorporated - Occupational Health Services
Phone: (510) 430-3699
Fax: (510) 569-3743
11875 Dublin Blvd., Ste D176
Dublin, 94568
Mailing Address: 344 Pendleton Way Oakland, CA 94621
Contact: Victor Salinas
License Number: 0100603020
Class Type: CA SB38 Multi Offender 18 Month Class, Second Offense DUI Classes, Third Offense DUI Classes
www.mhn.com

Alameda DUI School List SR22 List

Alameda DUI School List SR22 List

Choosing a DUI Program in Alameda County

When choosing a DUI program, make sure the program offers the class that you are required to complete. Not all schools offer the same classes. Our Official Alameda County DUI School List above notes the classes offered by each program, however, check with the school of interest to verify that the class you want is available and will fit your schedule.

DUI Program Costs and Payments in Alameda County

Programs for first time offenders vary based on their BAC level at the time of arrest. A Wet Reckless is when the offender is convicted of a reckless driving violation with a BAC of .08 or less. The Wet Reckless conviction requires the 12 hour SB1176 DUI class. The cost of this class is $300 to $400.

First Time Offenders in Alameda County

First time offenders arrested with a BAC between .08 and .15 will usually be adjudicated the three month, 30 hour AB541 First Offense DUI classes. You can expect to pay around $600 for this program. First time offenders arrested with a BAC between .15 and .19 will often be required to attend the six month AB762 DUI class. You will pay between $800 and $900 for this class.

If you refused to take a breath or blood test when you were arrested, or if you blew a BAC of .20 or above, you will probably be required to take the nine month AB1353 DUI class at the cost of around $1,200

Second Time Offenders in Alameda County

A second DUI in the span of a 10 year period means that the individual is a multiple offender. If you are facing a second DUI conviction, you will probably be required to attend an SB38 Multiple Offender class. These classes are given over 18 months and cost between $1,800 and $1,900.

Third Offense DUI Classes in Alameda County

Sometimes, the judge will mandate an offender with three DUI convictions to a 30 month DUI course. Certain DUI schools offer third offense DUI classes, however, these classes may be hard to find.

Payment for Alameda County DUI Classes

State-approved DUI programs in Alameda County cannot refuse service to individuals based on inability to pay. If you cannot afford to pay for your required DUI program, you may qualify for a fee waiver. Most schools will work out a payment plan so you can put down a down payment when you begin, and then pay off the tuition over the course of your class.

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FAQ SR22 Insurance: California SR22 Insurance in Alameda County

In order to obtain a restricted license so you can drive to work, school and your DUI classes, you must show proof of California SR22 insurance, along with the your court papers, at the Department of Motor Vehicles. SR22 insurance is not a policy. An SR22 is a certificate that proves you maintain the minimum amount of coverage required by the state of California if you have been convicted of a DUI or another offense that resulted in the suspension of your license. To answer questions you may have, we compiled the following list of frequently asked questions for California SR22 insurance.

1.) How do I obtain an SR22?

Your first step in obtaining an SR22 is to contact your insurance carrier and ask if they will provide an SR22 certification for you. Not all insurance companies offer the high risk policies that are required for SR22s. You may need to search for an insurance carrier that specializes in high risk policies. You can expect to pay about three to five times the premiums of a standard insurance policy for your high risk SR22 policy.

2.) How do I file the SR22 paperwork?

Once you have obtained your high risk policy, your insurance company will file the SR22 with the state on your behalf. You not let your policy lapse. If you do, the insurance carrier notifies the state and your license is suspended.

3.) How long will I need to maintain SR22 certification?

Generally, you need to meet SR22 requirements for a minimum of three years. However, the judge may mandate a longer period of time, particularly if you have been convicted of multiple DUIs.

4.) Do I need to get my SR22 before I can obtain my restricted license?

Yes! You will need to show proof of insurance, along with the SR22 certification and your court papers, at the DMV in order to obtain your restricted license. When you are shopping for your high risk policy, be sure to ask the agent when you will receive proof of SR22 coverage. Some carriers will send the documents to you electronically, but some mail them.

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