How much does State Farm charge you for SR-22 insurance?

How much will it cost to get SR-22 insurance from State Farm? Following a number of at-fault accidents over the past year, I now have to get SR-22 insurance. I want to go with State Farm for their discounts on bundling.

“An SR-22 isn’t technically insurance.
It’s just an endorsement from the state that says you carry minimum liability coverage.
As far as what it costs, you’re usually looking at between $15 and $35 to file the paperwork with the state depending on where you live, but State Farm will gladly do this on your behalf.
Insurance rates will vary depending on which policy you get from State Farm, but expect an increase of somewhere between two to five times more than drivers without an SR-22.”
Eric Schad
Answered on Jul 19, 2021
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