Getting the best bang for your buck - Florida FR44

Getting the best bang for your buck – Florida FR44

Simply put, you MUST work with an Experienced Florida FR44 Insurance broker that shops multiple carriers.  Working with a captive company/agent like a GEICO, State Farm, or Allstate (that don’t really offer or are not in the market for FR44’s) is a recipe for expensive premiums. Select Insurance Group works with companies that exclusively work with drivers that have:

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What is an Ohio SR22 Bond

What is an Ohio SR22 Bond

An SR-22/Bond is a minimum limit liability insurance policy that covers only the individual named on the policy. It is sometimes referred to as “high risk insurance,” and can cost significantly more than conventional insurance. It will pay, up to the limits of liability, for damages and personal injury to the other party in the event of an accident. It does not act as comprehensive insurance and will not pay for damages/fire/theft for one’s own vehicle.

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What Does The SR Stand For In SR22 Insurance

What does the SR stand for in SR22 Insurance

SR-22 (the “SR” stands for “safety responsibility”) is a document that verifies that someone has automobile insurance. The SR22 is prepared by an insurance company and then filed (by the insurance company) with the department of motor vehicles (DMV). The SR22 is not an insurance policy. It is evidence that you have a policy. Typically, an SR22 is required when a driver seeks to reinstate a driver’s license after being convicted of a DUI, reckless driving, driving without insurance, or some other driving violation that’s resulted in a suspension. The SR22 may be required whether you own a vehicle (owner SR-22) or not (non-owner SR22). It is usually required for a number of years – for example, five years following a DUI conviction. If the policy holder fails to pay the premiums, the SR22 is cancelled and an SR-26 is filed with the DMV. When the DMV receives the SR26, the policy holder’s license is suspended until a new SR22 is filed.

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What is Broad Form SR-22 Insurance

What is Broad Form SR-22 Insurance?

Broad form SR22 coverage provides liability coverage for you as a person.  Most auto insurance policies insure a specific vehicle, but Broad form named operator coverage provides insurance on a specific driver.  It satisfies your legal need for liability insurance to drive a car.  It can also provide uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage to protect you.

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Ohio SR22 Insurance and Bonds

Ohio SR-22 Bonds and requirements

An Ohio SR-22 Bond is a minimum limit liability insurance policy that covers only the individual named on the policy. It is sometimes referred to as “high risk insurance,” and can cost significantly more than conventional insurance. It will pay, up to the limits of liability, for damages and personal injury to the other party in the event of an accident. It does not act as comprehensive insurance and will not pay for damages/fire/theft for one’s own vehicle.

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What is the difference between Georgia SR22 and Georgia SR22A insurance

What is the difference between Georgia SR22 and SR22A insurance

The difference between Georgia SR22 and Georgia SR22A insurance  – An SR-22 is a document or form required as proof of financial responsibility by the court or under state law for persons convicted of certain traffic violations. It will depend on state laws the reason for the SR-22, certificate of financial responsibility, is needed. For many states it is needed to reinstate a driver’s license, especially if the suspension was for driving without insurance.

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FR-19 Insurance Certificate, SR-22 Insurance

What is an FR-19?

What is an FR-19?  An FR-19 is similar to more popular “SR-22” and is specific to Delaware and Maryland.  This form is required of drivers who have been convicted of a serious violation, involvement in a serious accident without insurance coverage, or failure to satisfy a judgment as a result of an accident. The issuance of this form is a guarantee to the state that we, as the insurer, will notify the state in the event that this policy cancels or is non renewed for any reason. An SR-22 or FR-19 is usually in effect for 3 years.

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