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.

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Eric Schad
Answered on Jul 19, 2021
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“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.
Shop around on Jerry to compare dozens of quotes and find the best rate possible.”

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