Where can I get auto insurance with a suspended license?

If your license is suspended, you may find yourself asking, "Where can I get auto insurance with a suspended license?"

Your best bet to find car insurance is to either contact the insurance companies individually, or use a site that allows you to obtain quotes from multiple providers at the same time. Either way, be patient if you have a suspended license, as it may take a while to find a provider that will offer you coverage at a reasonable price. Even so, don't feel forced to jump at the first carrier that agrees to provide insurance.

Why is it difficult to give a specific answer as to where to find insurance for those with suspended licenses? Well, for starters, there are many reasons for license suspensions. You could have lost your license because you failed to renew your insurance in a timely manner. Or, maybe it was due to having too many moving violations. Or, perhaps it was due to one - or more - DUI convictions. Insurance companies will view each of these situations differently.

Also, some carriers have different risk thresholds and standards. This means some will refuse to even consider you as a customer if you have a suspended license. Others may do so with restrictions, such as your being able to reinstate your license within a short period. Meanwhile, some will be much more tolerant of your situation.

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