Vermont DUI Laws

So you’re from the Green Mountain State and you were cited with a DUI? We are here to help. We can provide you with essential information about Vermont’s DUI laws, as well as possible consequences and remedies, so that you can properly manage this situation.

Crash Program

Formally called a Crash program this is now called Impaired Driver Rehabilitation Program (IDRP). Vermont requires that you take a 10 hour class in order to have your driving privileges reinstated after receiving conviction(s) for impaired driving. First-time and multiple impaired driving offenders seeking reinstatement of driving privileges, as well as court ordered participants, are eligible

The Law

Vermont DUI laws state that it is against the law for any person to drive a motor vehicle while they are under the influence of alcohol or drugs, if he or she has a blood alcohol concentration level of .08% or greater.

The Penalties

  • Imprisonment: Up to 2 years of jail.
  • Fines: Up to $750, plus court costs.
  • Impact on License: Suspended for up to 6months.
  • Alcohol Assessment: You may be required to complete an alcohol and drug rehabilitation program.

The Solution

To have your license reinstated, you must file an SR22 form which you can attain from your insurance provider.

You will be required to carry your SR22 insurance for a period of 3 years.

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