How expensive is SR-22 insurance?

How much does it cost to get SR-22 insurance? I need an SR-22 following two DWI's in my state. I'm paying cash for a car, but with the SR-22, I know insurance will be more expensive.

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Answered on Jul 19, 2021
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“An SR-22 itself isn’t actually insurance. It’s just an endorsement that says that you carry at least minimum liability insurance as required by your state.
As far as the expense, you should expect to pay two to five times as much for car insurance as those who don’t have an SR-22.
This could mean anywhere from about $200 to $400 extra every six months, depending on whether you have liability coverage or full coverage.
Hop onto the Jerry app to compare rates for your insurance needs to find the best price from reputable providers.”

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