At Insure 365 we use our experience and expertise to find the best possible insurance for drink drivers; people who have previous drink driving convictions. We recognise that every individual’s circumstances are unique. We listen rather than judge you and then use our knowledge to find reasonably-priced insurance that suits you. One of our main motivations is that we believe that everybody deserves a second chance, and that includes you. We’ve listed people who were given a second chance and proved that they deserved it:
Robert Downey Junior: in 2001 Downey Junior was fired from Ally McBeal due to drug charges and several episodes had to be rewritten without his character. However, he got clean and went on to star in massively successful films including Sherlock Holmes and The Iron Man trilogy.
Drew Barrymore: after becoming a global star at just 7, Barrymore was drinking alcohol and dabbling with drugs – including marijuana and cocaine – by the time she was 13. She became sober and started her own production company that produced Charlie’sAngels and Never Been Kissed.
Steve Jobs: in 1985 Jobs was removed from his managerial role at Apple and resigned from the company completely 5 months later. In 1986 he bought Pixar (originally called The Graphics Group) which produced Toy Story amongst other much-loved films and in 1996 he returned to Apple to oversee the phenomenon of the iPod, iPhone, and iPad.
Henry Ford: we know him as the man who revolutionised the world when he introduced the model T automobile. However previously Ford had been employed by Thomas Edison’s business and was so respected there that he was given the responsibility to start a new company. The project failed and was dissolved, as were a further two projects that Ford worked on before his success with the automobile. It’s a good job he was given a second chance otherwise what would we be driving today?
Peter Jones: his computer business failed when he was in his 20s. He went back to living with his parents and was at one stage sleeping on the office floor. Now he is worth an estimated £475 million.
David Beckham: notoriously effigies were burnt after the then 23-year-old’s foul at the 1998 World Cup match against Argentina. Two years later he was made England captain and the country fell in love with him again.
So if you have been looking for car insurance after drink driving and are looking for your second chance then give us a call on 0800 0282007 to find out how we can help you.