I need an SR22 filing in order to get my drivers licenses reinstated. I do not have a vehicle yet and probably wont have one for at least several months. I just need the SR22 filing for reinstatement and in the event that I am driving another persons car for whatever reason. How can I get quotes for this? Every site I go to asking for quotes for an SR22 filing still want year make and model of a car. Do you even do these filings? Do I need to find someone who has a car insured to allow me to get an SR22 through their policy? If so, how much more will that make their rates in excess of the cost of the filing? Please help, I am at a loss on how to get this taken care of. I have not had any accidents or violations or anything since july 2017.
- Jillian Froment, Director
- (Midwest Zone)
- Ohio Department of Insurance
- 50 West Town Street
- Third Floor, Suite 300
- Columbus, Ohio 43215
- Phone: 614.644.2658
- Fax: 614.644.3743
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Ask for better quotes - onlineThe states with the cheapest car insurance has average rates for this vehicle around $15 dollars, and the states with the most expensive rates are around $110 a month/year. The right discount can save you hundreds of dollars off your car insurance bill. Auto insurance companies in Bethel, Ohio use rating factors, to determine how much to charge you for coverage. These rating factors include: the make, model and year of your SSR and similar vehicles.
Myths about car insuranceHow much do you pay to insure your SSR? Car insurance rates among states vary widely and insurance companies need to figure out if the applicant is too risky for them to insure. Auto insurance is very expensive, probably one of the most costly part of driving. How much do you pay for your policy in Bethel, Ohio? 50$? More or less?
Minimum insurance requirements
Your car insurance policy must have at least the following minimums:
- $25,000 for injuries or death, per person.
- $50,000 total for injuries or death to 2 people or more in any 1 accident.
- $25,000 for property damage in an accident.