If an adult driver is convicted of DUI for the third time in five years, he or she will be fined up to _______ if his or her blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was at least 0.15% at the time of the offense.
A third DUI within five years is considered a felony. The penalties include a mandatory fine of $400 if the driver's blood alcohol concentration (BAC) was less than 0.15% at the time of the offense, or a mandatory fine of $1,000 â $5,000 if the driver's BAC was at least 0.15%. [E. Penalties; Chapter X. Drinking and Driving; Rhode Island Driver's Manual]