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Are you facing DUI charges? You should be aware that your auto insurance policy may be canceled if you are convicted of driving under the influence of either alcohol or drugs. If your insurance company does not drop you, your rates will likely increase significantly. Additionally, if you try to move to another insurance company, they will be able to review your driving record, which will include information regarding your DUI conviction. These other companies will either reject you based on your driving history or will charge you extremely high rates to compensate for your additional risk. The only way to reduce your premiums is to keep a clean driving record over a long period of time. If you are unable to get insured, there may be public insurance options available to you, and these vary by state. For more information regarding the impact of a DUI on your auto insurance, contact a DUI attorney today.