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SR-22 Insurance Information
An SR-22 document is often thought of as a type of car insurance. However, it's actually a form that some drivers must file with the state. An SR-22 form proves a driver has the minimum required liability coverage to handle their financial responsibility in case there's an accident.
In Ohio, a judge or the state's licensing agency may require you to file an SR-22 form.
At The Insurance Pad in Cleveland, Ohio, our agents understand Ohio's SR-22 filing laws. If you must file an SR-22 form, contact us right away to help you meet the requirements.
Do I Need To File an Ohio SR-22 Form?
Not every Ohio driver must file an SR-22 form. If you've received a notice that you must file an SR-22 form, contact your insurance agent. They can file the form on your behalf and help you comply with SR-22 document rules.
Who Needs To File an SR-22 Form in Ohio?
If you are convicted of a serious driving offense, have had your license suspended or have several moving violations and are a resident of Ohio, you may be required to file an SR-22 form.
You may be required to file an SR-22 form if you have a suspended license.
Ohio Non-Owner SR-22 Form
If you don't own a vehicle or have a car title in your name but must file an SR-22 form, your agent can help you get a non-owners auto insurance policy.
Non-owner insurance isn't associated with a specific vehicle, but it provides at least the minimum amount of required liability coverage if you borrow or rent a car.
If you don't plan to drive during the time when you must file an SR-22 form, your agent can help you understand how to navigate Ohio's requirements.
How Much Does an SR-22 Document Cost?
The cost of auto insurance if you are required to file an SR-22 form in Ohio is generally higher than a standard auto insurance policy. Drivers who must file an SR-22 form have driving violations on their records, which means they present a higher statistical risk of making a claim. Insurance companies may offset risk by charging higher premiums.
If you've recently received notice that you must file an SR-22 form, contact your agent to ensure your coverage meets the requirements.
How To Get an SR-22 in Ohio
At The Insurance Pad, we can help you get the auto insurance you need to fulfill Ohio's minimum auto liability requirements and assist you with filing the required SR-22 form.
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