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Do Something!

by SBC on 03/12/19

DoSomething.org is one of largest orgs for young people and social change. After you've browsed their 11 facts (with citations at the bottom), take action and volunteer with their millions of members. Sign up for one of their campaigns and make the world a better place. Click here to get started.

DUI Articles

by SBC on 03/04/19

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SR-22 Information

by SBC on 01/17/19

SR-22 (The “SR” stands for “safety responsibility”) is a document that verifies that someone has automobile insurance. The SR-22 is prepared by an insurance company and then filed (by the insurance company) with the department of motor vehicles (DMV).  The SR-22 is not an insurance policy. It is evidence that you have a policy. Many states require an SR-22 filing for drivers that have had a variety of driving related issues. Although the SR-22 laws and processes vary from state to state, they share the common purpose of enforcing mandatory insurance requirements through the monitoring of continuous insurance coverage. In the case of an SR-22, the monitoring is typically performed by the insurance company that is providing the SR-22. If the individual fails to maintain continuous insurance coverage, the insurance company will simply notify the state and the state will take appropriate action against the individual with the SR-22 requirement. Depending on the state that you live in, an SR-22 may be referred to by any of the following descriptions;

  • SR-22 Form
  • SR-22 Certificate
  • SR-22 Bond
  • SR-22 Filing
  • SR-22 Insurance
  • SR-22 Certificate of Financial Responsibility

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Designated drivers help to save lives on the road

by SBC on 01/09/19

A person dies from an alcohol-related traffic incident every 48 minutes. That statistic is just one of the many reasons having a designated driver (DD), if you are planning on having a few cocktails, is so important.

Not only could driving while intoxicated cost you your life, but it could also cost you jail time, fines, your license, and embarrassment. Thanks to the efforts of the designated driving movement that started in the 1980s, there have been countless lives saved. CLICK HERE to continue reading. 

Utah's new DUI law, strictest in the nation, set to be implemented ahead of New Year's Eve

by SBC on 12/19/18

Utah is set to implement the strictest DUI law in the nation – just in time for New Year’s.

The new law, which takes effect on Dec. 30, lowers the blood-alcohol concentration (BAC) limit to .05 from .08 – the national limit imposed by former President Bill Clinton.

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