Find Auto Insurance After A DUI
Getting a DUI is expensive. And not just legal fees and court costs — what about your car insurance?
Even if you’re a first-time offender, your insurance company will likely raise your premiums significantly or drop your coverage altogether.
That’s why OneDUI recommends National General Insurance as a preferred provider of auto insurance, especially for first time DUI offenders.
Competing insurers raise their rates by an average of five times more compared to what first-time DUI offenders can expect to pay with National General Insurance.1
Get a quote and see how much you can save on auto coverage with value-added features like:
- Low rates for first-time DUI offenders
- SR-22 expertise
- 24-hour claims service
- And much more!
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1Rates examples are based on a sampling of actual National General Insurance rate quotes.
Projected competitor rates were provided by a third party vendor developed in conjunction with those competitors.
These comparisons are accurate as of December 31, 2011.
Please contact National General Insurance at 1-800-462-2123 or visit our website http://www.nationalgeneral.com
for an accurate quote based on your specific policy and risk characteristics.
Steps to Take After Getting a DUI
If you just got a DUI, you may be asking yourself what's next.
No one plans on getting a DUI, so you're probably unprepared as to what your next steps should be.
Costs for DUI
Getting a DUI is expensive, not just with posting bail and paying legal fees,
but also in other areas like maintaining insurance, or even taking time off to fulfill your sentence.
Stories of DUI
Over 1.4 million people are arrested each year for DUI.
These people could be your neighbors, coworkers, friends, or even your family.