We will be closed Thursday December 24, 2015 and Friday December 25, 2015. We will return Monday December 28, 2015 normal business hours. We will also be closed January 1, 2016 for New Years Day. We hope everyone has a happy and safe holidays this year.
We will be out at the Williamston Spring Water Festival Saturday August 22, 2015. Come by and see our tent and pick up some of our free things we are giving away. Go to www.springwaterfestival.com for more information.
Upstate’s Choice Insurance is able to write over 1,000 classes of Commercial General Liability business under binding authority. Our ability to quickly and accurately quote most risks over the telephone combined with our low minimum premiums is what separates us from others in excess and surplus lines insurance.
Commercial General Liability Programs include:
•Adult Day Care
•Clubs – Civic, Service or Social
•Commercial Property Owners
•Condominium and Homeowners’ Association
•Day Care Facilities
•Home Health Care
•Mobile Home Parks
•Outfitters & Guides
•Refuse, Garbage Collection
•Rental Dwelling Program
•Security and Patrol Agents
•Swim & Racquet Clubs
MUST HAVE a 10 year driving record or proof of DUI conviction
Valid form of picture ID (driver’s license, state ID, passport)
Any prescription medications
$80 deposit at enrollment (may vary by ADSAP center)
Fees based on Level of Care
Because thousands of South Carolinians are killed or injured each year in alcohol or other drug-related crashes, ADSAP works with offenders to reduce the number of crashes that result in death, injury, or property damage.
South Carolina law requires a person whose driver’s license has been suspended as the result of a DUI conviction, ALR, or Zero Tolerance Suspension to successfully complete an ADSAP before he or she can apply to the South Carolina Department of Public Safety (SCDPS) for reinstatement of his or her drivers license. The SCDPS will not consider reinstatement until it receives notification of successful completion of the program.
ADSAP services are certified by the South Carolina Department of Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Services and are available in each of the state’s 46 county alcohol and drug abuse authorities.
Education groups are offered weekdays, weeknights and weekends. Treatment Groups are offered weekdays and weeknights.
Summer is here! Remember this year while getting ready to go out on the water that boating under the influence is still against the law. The SCDNR can pull you over the same as a police officer can in a car. They will charge you with a BUI (boating under the influence). Think that it is not a serious violation think again. Boating under the influence carries some of the same penalties as a dui and can cost you thousands of dollars. This year while taking the boat out stay safe and don’t drink and drive.