There are many different reasons a driver mat lose his or her driver’s license. He or she may:

• Be convicted for a crime involving a motor vehicle resulting in his or her driving privileges being revoked or suspended. (An example of such a crime is driving under the influence (DUI) or driving while intoxicated.)

• Fail to meet the requirements of his or her probation and/or be found in violation of the court system, including failure to satisfy traffic tickets and/or violations.

• Have accumulated more points that allowable by their State on their driving records.

All of these reasons can make it difficult for drivers convicted of these offenses to obtain cheap car insurance once they’re ready to fire up the ol’ T-Bird and head back out on the road. Granted, finding cheap car insurance for convicted drivers is a lengthy process – you must be patient and persistent – but it can be done. The first step is to correct the offenses that made you a convicted driver, and your car insurance company may even be able to help you along the way.

• Drivers convicted of DUI/DWI offenses can usually attend special classes focuses on the dangers of driving drunk. This doesn’t mean their licenses will be returned to them any sooner, but it does mean they may be able to knock a few points of their records and even make their insurance companies smile.

• Meet the requirements of your probation and anything else required of you by the court system. Period.

• Ask your insurance company about special defensive driving courses in your area that will help reduce the points on your driver’s license.

Remember, sometimes these solutions are available, and sometimes they’re not. Talk with your current car insurance company, or even a new car insurance company with which you’re considering doing business, and inquire about ways to get cheap car insurance for convicted drivers.