How much is an SR-22 through State Farm?

How much does State Farm charge for an SR-22? I just had my driving privileges reinstated, but I need to get an SR-22 to be able to drive. I've been with State Farm in the past and I've always liked their service.

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Answered on Jul 20, 2021
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State Farm will file all the paperwork for an SR-22 on your behalf.
Because the cost of an SR-22 varies from state to state, you’ll pay anywhere from $15 to $30 to get an SR-22 through State Farm.
Once you have the SR-22, you’ll have to get insurance on top of that. Since an SR-22 essentially means you’re high-risk, expect to pay at least two times more than a policyholder who doesn’t have an SR-22.”

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