Can I get an SR-22 if I don't currently own a car?

Is it possible to get an SR-22 without a car? I got a DUI over a year ago and I can now drive again after my license was reinstated. Because my car was totaled, I don't currently own a vehicle.

Eric Schad · Answered on Jun 16, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Yes, you can still get an SR-22 if you don’t have a car.
Instead of getting a normal car insurance policy, however, you’ll need to shop around for non-owners car insurance. This policy will allow you to be insured even if you’re driving someone else’s car.
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