To get an SR22, what kind of auto insurance do I need?
I was caught driving without a license, and now I'm required to have an SR22 endorsement. What type of insurance do I need to get an SR22?
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Answered on May 04, 2021
“To get an SR22 form, you either need a liability policy or a non owners car insurance policy.
Generally speaking, a non owners car insurance policy is cheaper, but it’s entirely dependent on one thing: do you own a car?
If you don’t own a car, the non owners policy is the best choice. If you do own a car, you obviously will have to get state-minimum liability coverage, at the very least
Either way, make sure to shop for car insurance quotes online to find the best rates.”
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