Need FR-44 or SR-22 Insurance? A Plus Can Help
If you have made mistakes behind the wheel, you might be required to carry SR-22 insurance or FR-44 insurance. SR-22 an FR-22 are verifications given to the state that show you are maintaining car insurance. A Plus All Florida Insurance Inc. will gladly offer you the auto insurance you need and file any required SR-22 or FR-44 forms with the Florida Department of Motor Vehicles.
What is SR-22 Insurance?
An SR-22 - also known as SR-22 insurance – technically is not a type of car insurance. An
SR-22 form is a state-mandated certificate filed by your car insurance carrier with your state’s Department of Motor Vehicles that verifies you are carrying car insurance liability coverage. SR-22 insurance is required when a driver was in an accident or convicted of a traffic offense and could not show financial responsibility. A driver caught driving without insurance, for example, might need an SR-22.
Drivers who have an SR-22 in one state but who recently moved to Orange Park FL will need to fulfill the SR-22 requirements for their former state. Florida liability limits also must meet the minimum requirements of the former state. This might sound complicated, but you don’t have to worry - A Plus All Florida Insurance will take care of all the paperwork.
You might also need an SR-22 if you had any of the following:
We File FR-44, Too
Similar to SR-22, FR-44 insurance is required for some drivers. The State of Florida requires any drivers convicted of a DUI to carry higher limits on bodily injury in their auto insurance. The FR-44 filing is electronically submitted to the state by A Plus All Florida after the policy is written.
You Can Avoid SR-22/FR-44
We are happy to provide SR-22 and FR-44 filings for our auto insurance clients; though we hope you never need it. Avoid the complexities and expense of an SR-22 insurance filing or FR-44 insurance filing by maintaining your car insurance and practicing safe driving. Not only is drinking and driving deadly, but it can lead to added insurance expenses that come with SR-22 and FR-44.