If you're a high-risk driver, your best bet is to shop as many companies as possible (see here
). As every company has their own risk assessment department, they will view your driving record differently. Your should also consider the impact of having a high-performance vehicle as well as a DUI can do to your insurability
. Your last resort may be what's called "assigned risk insurance." Basically, if you're able to prove you've tried and failed to get insurance, your state DMV department can connect you with a company. However, it is usually quite expensive. For California
, the program is known as "California Automobile Assigned Risk Plan." For more ways to save if you're a high-risk driver, see here.