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Old 02-07-2017, 01:07 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by Fdetrana View Post
I understand. When the do raise my rates will be when I shop around or discuss the cost of staying with them with their own sr22.


One other thing I understand 1 point falls off your record every 18 months so will my rates begin to get better after 18 months? So if I flew under the radar for 1 year then I would only have 6 months of 2 points on my record?
Just FYI in California a DUI now stays on your record for 10 years. You cannot be "pointed" for it after three years but you cannot get the CA good drivers discount for 10 years and preferred carriers won't write you without being CA good driver. It is one of the things the state put into effect to make the punishment worse even for first offenders.

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