What is an SR22?
An SR22 is a certificate that insurance companies file with the State verifying your active insurance coverage. You may be required by the State to carry SR22 insurance for 1 year or more. Failure to maintain SR22 insurance policy during the requirement period can result in suspension of your license.Back to TopWhy do I need SR22?
Different violations can trigger an SR22 requirement. Things like unpaid tickets, too many points on your driving record, driving without insurance violations, missed court dates, DUI's or even missed child support payments. Once you are required to get an SR22, you need to have insurance even if you don't own a vehicle. This policy is called non-owner insurance.
Our agents can help you comply with the State requirements. Call us at 816.453.7722 or fill out our online form.Back to TopWhat is a non-owner policy?
A non-owner policy is a liability policy on an individual. There is no vehicle listed on the policy. This type of policy is mostly associated with and SR22 filing for people who don't own any vehicles, but must carry insurance.
A non-owner policy comes with certain restrictions typically not part of an owners policy. Call us for more details or to get a quote.Back to TopWill an SR22 affect my insurance premium?
An SR22 will in most cases increase your insurance premium. While some insurance companies have a flat fee for SR22 filing, more common practice is that your monthly payments will change.
Since SR22 is considered a higher risk category, some insurance companies may choose not renew your insurance policy because of this requirement.
Our agents can best explain you the best way to proceed. Give us a call at 816.453.7722 for additional consultation.Back to TopWhy do I need to list all my household residents of driving age?
In some States, the insurance companies may ask you to disclose all residents in your household who are of driving age. If you have additional residents who will not be driving your insured vehicle, you have to exclude them from your policy as drivers. There are different laws between States about exclusions. Our agents can explain you more in detail, call us for a free consultation - (816) 453-7722Back to TopWhy did my rates go up?
Most common reason your insurance rates have increased is because of additional moving violations on your driving record or new accidents. However, sometimes your rates can go up for no fault of your own. Insurance companies review their losses every year and some areas are prone to more accidents than others and will therefore be considered a higher risk. Rates for those areas might have a slight increase in rates, while other areas with low accident rates might have a decrease.
Your agent at Bargain Insurance Connection can best answer all questions you have.
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