Once convicted of a DUI you may have your license suspended or revoked and lose your right to drive. To avoid additional consequences, you will need to arrange for transportation.
A DUI is an extremely stressful process, in addition, you may have to worry about keeping your job and how to get where you need to go. One of the most common mistakes it driving on a suspended or revoked license. Is properly planned, transportation may not be as expensive as you think. In some cases, it is less than the total cost of ownership (depreciation, registration & insurance) and operation (gas, maintenance & repairs) of your car.
Things that matter:
- Driving without a license will typically land you a criminal offense, put you in jail, and impound your vehicle.
- Do not depend entirely on family or friends for transportation.
- Knowing your options when it comes to transportation
- Mass Public Transportation- bus, train or subway
- Point to Point- Dial-a-Ride
- Ride Share and Taxis
Remove the temptation of driving altogether by having your transportation scheduled. This includes having a plan for unexpected trips such as to the grocery and pharmacy.
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