Learn the difference between an SR22 and an FR44 and 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…

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Depending on the circumstances and the State that you live in, you may be required to file an SR-22 Certificate following a license suspension.  Your State’s Department of Motor Vehicles will determine when you must submit an SR-22 also known as Proof of Financial Responsibility.  Despite it commonly being referred to as SR-22 insurance, it…

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What happens when you get a DUI in Washington State Driving under the influence is a serious offense, with lasting consequences. In Washington State, the penalties issued for a DUI offender widely vary, but it is likely that both administrative and criminal penalties will be issued. This can include Electronic Home Monitoring (EHM), a 90-day…

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How do I know if I am eligible for an IID restricted license? For a first and repeat DUI offense with or without injury, a person may immediately apply for an IID restricted license at the end of their 30-day temporary license or before the suspension date after the DMV hearing. May a person install…

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