The state of Florida requires an SR-22 Insurance for a driver to reinstate his or her driving privileges following an uninsured car accident or conviction of another traffic-related offense.
An SR-22 financial responsibility certificate may be required for up to three years for driving without insurance or driving with a suspended license.
The state of Florida requires SR22 insurance coverage of $10,000 to $20,000 for bodily injury and $10,000 for property damage and can be required for situations such as: excessive points on your driver’s license, having no bodily injury protection on their auto insurance policy when they caused an accident with bodily injury, and others.
How long do I have to carry the SR-22 Insurance?
The exact time an SR-22 certificate is required is determined by the State of Florida. In most cases it is three years.
How much does SR-22 insurance cost?
SR-22 Insurance Prices are determined by many different factors including age, sex, location, driving record and claims history. Please request a quote to get the most accurate rate.
Payment for your SR-22 certificate may be required to be paid in full. This is determined by your case number. If allowed, a payment plan can be arranged.
What information do I need to get SR-22 Insurance?
In addition to your driver’s license number and vehicle details, please provide us with your case number so that we can have the SR-22 insurance form issued correctly.
Have More Questions About SR-22 Coverage?
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