Driving on Revoked License

Driving on a Suspended or Revoked License without SR22 Auto Insurance

Subsequent Conviction
• Extension of revocation or loss of full driving privileges if privileges have been reinstated.
• Classified as a Class 4 felony, possible imprisonment for one to three years.
– Maximum fine of $10,000.

Felony DUI (following a crash resulting in great bodily harm or permanent disfigurement)
• Loss of full driving privileges for a minimum of one year. (Offender may apply for a restricted driving permit.)
• Classified as a Class 4 felony, possible imprisonment for one to three years.
• Maximum fine of $10,000.
Reckless Homicide (while under the influence of alcohol or any other drug or drugs)
• Loss of full driving privileges for a minimum of one year.
• Classified as a Class 2 felony, possible imprisonment for three to seven years.
Other Alcohol Offenses (sr22 auto insurance)
• Maximum fine of $10,000.
Providing Alcohol to a Person Under Age 21
• Possible imprisonment for up to one year.
• Maximum fine of $ 1,000.

Illegal Transportation of an Alcoholic Beverage
• Maximum fine of $500.
• A point-assigned violation will be entered on the driver’s record.
• Drivers license suspension or revocation for a second conviction as a driver in a 12-month period.
Knowingly Permitting a Driver Under the Influence to Operate a Vehicle
• Possible imprisonment for up to one year.
• Maximum fine of $1,000.
DUI Arrest and Conviction

Following the Arrest:

• You will be read your rights, and you may be handcuffed. You will be transported to the police station or county jail where you will remain until posting bond.
Your car may be towed at your expense. The vehicle may be impounded for up to six hours after the arrest if the arresting officer determines you are unable to drive safely.
• Attorney fees could be very costly.
If Convicted:
You may lose work time.
• You will be required to complete an alcohol and drug evaluation and a remedial or rehabilitative program before your driving privileges are reinstated.
• You must meet the requirements of the Department of Administrative Hearings prior to obtaining a restricted driving permit through the Secretary of State’s office.
You will be subject to high-risk automobile insurance rates.

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