The authorities say that a DR31 is given to drivers for ‘driving or attempting to drive then refusing to give permission for analysis of a blood sample that was taken without consent due to incapacity’. All drivers must be capable of driving in a safe manner, being alert, coherent and keeping their eyes peeled for possible hazards. If you have been issued with a DR31 then the police have recognised times where you have not possessed those qualities as a driver, posing as a risk to yourself and other road users. A DR31 can result in a fine as well as points on your driving license, anything from three to eleven penalty points. Fines for drink related offences can range from £2,500 - £5,000, depending on the severity of the case and the willingness displayed to cooperate. We work with government protocol when arriving at premiums, understanding the risks that the driver poses as a result on the penalties present on their license. If you have a DR31 on your license then there is no need to panic, we at High Gear can work with you to arrive at an insurance plan that best suits all parties, ensuring convicted drivers are not left out of great coverage deals. Contact a member of the team today and receive a free no-obligation quote, gaining more information about the types of policies you are in reach of.