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A DUI conviction remains on a driver's record for ___ years.

A. 10
B. 25
C. 50
D. 75

Best Answer :

Every state is different but as a general rule of thumb here goes: For insurance purposes it is surchargeable for 3 years but looked at for 5-10 years for underwriting purposes depending on the company. For DMV purposes it stays on your record for 10 years however in the case of habitual offenders the police, courts and DMV can look at them indefinitely. DMV points associated with the conviction generally stay on there for 3 years. Hope this helps!

Other Answer(6) :

E. 100

None of the above. The points will be removed after 2 or 3 years, depending on the state, The dui will be used in a "look back" for 20 years, if you are convicted of other dui's, the twenty year look back will play.

A. For purposes of determining whether a subsequent charge will have a greater level, i.e. a felony.

I DUI can be a misdemeanor or a felony depending on prior criminal history. Convictions never come off your record unless they are expunged. Now as to driver's license records, that depends in which state you live. I would say 10 years sounds about right.

10 years ….i got a dui 3 years ago so i got 7 left. the site is here http://www.nydmv.state.ny.us/abstract.ht… This is for new york thought not sure for other states..


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