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Florida DWI Penalties

Florida DWI Penalties explained. Florida has strict laws and penalties in place for driving under the influence (DUI) of alcohol or any controlled substance. In Florida, it is illegal to operate a motor vehicle with a blood-alcohol content (BAC) of 0.08% or higher for all drivers. For drivers under the age of 21, the legal…

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Florida Driver License Points

In Florida, the Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles (DHSMV) uses a point system to monitor and assess penalties to drivers who commit traffic offenses. Here’s a breakdown of the Florida driver license point system: How You Accumulate Points:: Various traffic offenses are assigned specific point values: – Speeding (15 mph or less over…

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Florida Repeat Offense DUI DWI

Florida Repeat Offense Drunk Driving Penalties: – Second Offense DUI: – Fines: Up to $4,000 – License Suspension: Minimum 180 days (up to 5 years) – Ignition Interlock Device (IID): Required – Potential Jail Time: Up to 9 months

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SR22 Insurance Florida Monthly Payments

  There are unique rules for policies associated with FR44 or SR22 case numbers that begin with a “2” or “4.”Here’s a breakdown specifically concerning the filings with case numbers beginning with a “2” or “4”: A summary of the key takeaways: 1. Policy Duration and Payment: – Insurance companies can only write six-month, paid-in-full…

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Where can I find My Florida SR22 Case Number?

In Florida, the SR22 is an endorsement to your auto insurance policy, proving that you carry the required minimum amounts of liability coverage. If you’ve been told you need an SR22, it’s often due to a license suspension or some other driving-related incident, such as a DUI. If you are looking for your Florida SR22…

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Florida Interlock Device

Florida law does not have a mandatory ignition interlock device (IID) requirement for all DUI offenders. However, ignition interlock devices may be required in certain cases based on the circumstances of the offense or the individual’s driving history. Here is some information about interlock devices in Florida: 1. Discretionary IID Requirement: Florida allows judges to…

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Florida DUI/DWI Law

An overview of Florida Drunk driving laws in Florida: Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) Limits: – For drivers aged 21 and over: BAC limit of 0.08% or higher. – For drivers under the age of 21: Zero tolerance policy with a BAC limit of 0.02% or higher. Driving Under the Influence (DUI): – In Florida, DUI…

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FLORIDA SR22 Insurance Coverage Limits

In Florida, the SR22 insurance requirements include the following minimum coverage limits and duration: Bodily Injury Liability Coverage: Minimum coverage per person: $10,000 Minimum coverage per accident: $20,000 Property Damage Liability Coverage: Minimum coverage per accident: $10,000 Duration Requirements: For a first-time offense (DUI, driving without insurance, etc.): Continuous coverage for at least three years…

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