Drunk driving might come with bigger repercussions if a bill filed Monday goes through the Florida Legislature.
A Republican senator is seeking to toughen laws for drivers who refuse to take DUI tests.
Senate Rules Chairman David Simmons, from Altamonte Springs, filed a bill that targets drivers who refuse breath, blood or urine tests.
Currently, people could have their drivers license suspended for refusing a DUI test. Under Simmons’ bill, first-time refusals could lead to fines of at least $500 and six-months probation.