A: In Pennsylvania, a second offense DUI (General Impairment) means that your BAC was between .08% and .10% and you have a previous c0onviction for DUI within the past 10 years. A second offense DUI (General Impairment) is an ungraded misdemeanor with a mandatory minimum prison sentence of not less than five days. Someone convicted of this offense also must pay a fine of not less than $300.00 and not more than $2,500.00. There will be a license suspension for a period of 12 months and upon restoration of driving privileges you must equip your vehicle(s) with an ignition interlock device for a period of at least 12 months. You must also complete a CRN, AHSS, and D&A evaluation. There may by other consequences for a conviction of this nature depending upon your driving history and the unique circumstances of your case.