April’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month

Keeping Your Teen Safe While Driving While it can be an exciting time when teens begin driving, it is can also be a dangerous time. According to the NHTSA, vehicle accidents are the leading cause of death for drivers 18 years old and younger. Even though parents may worry about their newly mobile teen, only…

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New COVID-19 Reinstatement Process

CALIFORNIA – One thing that hasn’t changed during the COVID-19 outbreak is that driving can be a critical need. That’s why Breathe Easy Insurance Solutions continues to help drivers affected by a DUI navigate the new DMV processes, and meet the license reinstatement requirements quickly and affordably. UPDATED DMV PROCESS – Field offices are temporarily closed to the public statewide. However, the…

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The Differences Between SR22 and FR44 Insurance

how to determine the insurance that is right for you. If you drive a car in almost any state in the nation, you must have some form of car insurance. Most state laws prohibit driving without car insurance; however, some drivers are considered high-risk and have trouble securing auto insurance. They could be considered high-risk…

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Debunking Myths About Getting a DUI in One State and Moving to Another

police officer questioning driver

Some people believe that if they are charged with a DUI and convicted of this offense in one state, and then they move to another, their DUI will not follow them. Unfortunately, this is not the case. Most states participate in interstate compacts—namely, the DLC (Driver’s License Compact) and the NVC (Nonresident Violator Compact). The…

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Six Vehicles with Great Resale Value

Vehicles with Great Resale Value

When most consumers buy a new automobile, they take several factors into account when choosing their vehicle, including safety, performance, insurance premiums, and reliability. One factor many fail to consider is the resale value of the vehicle. The average new vehicle loses thousands of dollars in value the minute you drive it off the lot.…

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Electric Car Charging Stations in California: Growth, Laws, and New Locations

Electric Car Charging Stations in California

Governor Brown has a plan that involves reducing California’s emissions by getting more electric cars on the road—to the tune of 1.5 million vehicles by 2025. In order to achieve the governor’s goal of helping to further reduce climate-changing greenhouse emission gasses, there is much infrastructure work to be done before his vision can become…

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Utah Lowers Legal Blood Alcohol Limit, Will Other States Follow?

Drunk driving legal limit

In a controversial move, the state of Utah recently passed a new law setting the state’s legal blood alcohol threshold for drivers at just .05%, the strictest drunk driving limit in the United States.   While the unofficial national standard for drunk driving remains at .08% blood alcohol content, the National Transportation Safety Board has,…

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Happy Independence Day!

While you are out celebrating our country’s independence with burgers, apple pie, and a frosty beverage, please remember to make safe driving choices. If you have been drinking, choose a ridesharing service like Uber or Lyft to get you home. Another safe driving option is a website called SoberRides.org. Once you enter your location, they will…

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