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Lastly, a lot of our clients ask us what will a conviction in Virginia for a DUI/DWI do to their automobile insurance rates?

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Lastly, a lot of our clients ask us what will a conviction in Virginia for a DUI/DWI do to their automobile insurance rates?

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If you are convicted of a DUI/DWI in Virginia, your insurance rates will definitely go up. Car insurance companies require those who have been convicted of a DUI/DWI in Virginia to get a special type of high risk insurance called an SR-22. This is a very expensive insurance policy. If you do not get this insurance policy, your insurance company will most likely drop your insured status. If you are stopped and the officer finds out you do not have car insurance, then you will be charged with a separate offense.

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