DUI Laws & Penalties
General resources to help you, your friends, or your family, plot a course for the individual arrested for a DUI.
The DUI Case: Dealing With a DUI Charge
Learn how to effectively deal with a DUI charge.
Refusing to Take a Blood, Breath or Urine Test
Find out what happens if you refuse to take a BAC test during a DUI stop.
Breathalyzer & Other DUI Testing
There are various technologies for measuring the BAC - this section will discuss these processes.
First Offense DUI/DWI
This section we discuss first-time DUI laws and how they are applied.
Second Offense DUI/DWI
This section we discuss the rules that states apply for two-time DUI offenders.
Third Offense DUI/DWI
This section we discuss the rules that states apply for three-time DUI offenders.
Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID)
Get the facts about drugged driving laws.
State specific articles covering the laws and penalties for an underage DUI.
What is your state's law regarding DUI roadblocks?
DUI or Wet Reckless?
Learn about your state's wet reckless rules.
State Driving Laws
Information about insurance laws, cell phone use, teenage drivers, and more.
Cell Phones and Texting While Driving
This section provides the various state laws associated with texting while driving.
Driving Without a License
Learn what it mean to drive while your license is expired, revoked, suspended or cancelled.
This section discusses and distinguishes various state speeding laws.
Insurance and Financial Responsibility Laws
State specific insurance laws and general information.
Commercial Drivers License Laws
State by state rules and laws for CDL.
Running Stop Signs and Red Lights
State specific listing of the various state laws regarding running stop signs and red lights.
Child Restraint Laws
Learn the basics of child seat restraint laws and general information concerning child seats.
Teen Driving Laws
This section goes over some of the basic rules for teen drivers.
Disabled Parking Permits
State-by-state guide to disabled parking rules.
In most situations, reckless driving is punished as a misdemeanor. But when reckless driving leads to property damage or someone being injured, the responsible motorist can sometimes be charged with a felony.