CHARGED WITH A DUI IN VERMONT?

WHAT’S NEXT?

Reinstatement requirements will vary depending on your offense. Common requirements may include:

  • Submit an SR22/proof of insurance
  • Retake and pass the driving skills and knowledge tests
  • Satisfy any court requirements
  • Pay reinstatement fee(s)
  • Treatment program
  • Obtain medical clearance
  • Complete alcohol courses as ordered by the courts

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Getting an Driving Under the Influence charge is not an everyday occurrence for you, but every year these experienced DUI partners help thousands of customers just like you to get their lives back to normal. Whether you are in need of:

Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program

All individuals convicted of an alcohol related offense in the state of Vermont will be required to complete the Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program

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Alcohol Treatment Program

Individuals with a completed the Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program may be required to obtain treatment from a certified alcohol treatment program.

Find a treatment center

SR-22 Insurance

After a DUI, SR-22 or high risk auto insurance is typically required for DUI offenders.

Apply for SR-22 Insurance

Ignition Interlock Device

In the state of Indiana, an ignition interlock is required for all repeat offenders.

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