How long does a DUI stay on your record in Illinois?

Answer Alcohol and drug-related offenses such as a DUI stay on a person's driving record for a lifetime, according to the Illinois Secretary of State. Moving violations, such as speeding, typically stay o... Read More »

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How long is a driving violation kept on record in Illinois?

Most driving violations, including speeding, remain on your driving record for four to five years in Illinois, counted from the day you are convicted. If the ticket causes your license to be suspen... Read More »

How long does a DUI stay on a DMV record?

Although it varies from state to state, a DUI typically stays on your riving record at the DMV for at least 10 years. States such as Michigan and California keep the 10 year records; however, your ... Read More »

How long will a DUI stay on your record?

Typically, DUIs remain on your record for three to seven years but the length of time that a DUI stays on your driving and criminal record is up to the state where you are cited. For example, DUI o... Read More »

How long does a DWI stay on record in New York?

A DWI (Driving While Intoxicated) conviction in New York remains on a driving record for 10 years. An additional infraction during that time period can incur further penalties. There isn't a way to... Read More »