Archive for February 17, 2017
When you are convicted of a DUI, there are several things that will likely run through your mind. Of the top few, the hit your driving score takes may be the most perplexing to fix. If you decide to ask friends and family for advice, you will likely hear more opinion than actual fact.
The truth is, fixing your score requires you to rebuild the trust of the Department of Motor Vehicles in your ability to be responsible. And that can be difficult. A class, whether court mandated or not, can help a little. Another option, one that has gained in popularity over the last twenty years, is installing an ignition interlock device in your car.
An ignition interlock device sits down below your dashboard. It is connected to the engine start, and works by having you blow into a clean tube on one end period
Your son is holding on to has life by the thinnest of threads.
After a horrible start to the beginning of the New Year, you can only hope that the one small thread can sustain the weight of all that is going on in the life of your 29-year old son. After a drinking problem that escalated over the holidays, you now find out that your youngest son?s wife has filed for divorce.
Like you, your daughter-in-law is at a loss for what to do next. Everyone involved thought that the precautions you had in place would provide some solutions. You installed a car breathalyzer in each of the vehicles your son could possibly think about driving, you emptied the house of all of the alcohol, and you have been making sure that the entire family is in counseling. Although you knew that the process of sobering up would be d