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  • What should I expect when I file an auto claim?

    Contact your insurance agency immediately after you are involved in an auto accident. Upon receipt of your auto claim your insurance company will confirm that your policy is indeed active. Then they w...

  • Do all states require a SR 22?

    If you have been in an accident, or have been convicted of a serious infraction such as DUI, your state might require you to file an SR 22 form for up to three years. The purpose of an SR22 is to prov...

  • Will my auto insurance agent know the minimum level of coverage required by the state?

    Yes. States that require vehicle owners to purchase a certain amount of liability insurance generally also require the owners to purchase that coverage from an insurance company licensed to sell cove...

  • Where is a SR 22 filed?

    ...ivileges will then either be reinstated or maintained. Carry SR22 Insurance and Avoid Suspended License An SR22, or what some call high-risk insurance, is a guarantee that you will maintain proof...

  • Will my auto insurance carrier notify the state if I cancel my policy?

    Your state of residence dictates whether you or your insurance company notifies the DMV; car insurance providers do not set this policy. If you're unsure of your state's law regarding car insurance no...

  • What should I do if the court orders me to carry a SR 22?

    ... however. Always check to make sure proof has been submitted. Carry Proof of Insurance to Avoid License Suspension If you allow your SR 22 to lapse, your auto insurance provider is required, by l...

  • Do I need to insure all the drivers in my household?

    Most car insurance companies will want to know all the licensed drivers who live in your home. Why? Because there's a reasonable possibility they may hop behind the wheel of your car(s). To an aut...

  • What if I carry a SR 22 in one state and then move to another?

    ... insurance requirements while fulfilling your SR 22. Maintain SR 22 Insurance or Face a Suspended License Moving to a new state will not remove your SR22 obligations. Should you allow your SR22 cov...

  • How long is a SR 22 valid?

    ...ou meet the state’s liability insurance requirements. SR 22 Insurance Following a Suspended License Each state is different when it comes to mandating SR22 car insurance coverage, but general...

  • Can I obtain a SR 22 through my current auto insurance company?

    Contact your current car insurance company to get a SR22 form. Most state Division of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices require each auto insurance company that is licensed in their jurisdiction to file an ...

  • How long am I required to carry a SR 22?

    Some state Division of Motor Vehicle (DMV) offices like the New Hampshire DMV deem an SR22 (also known as a proof of auto insurance form) to be valid until your car insurance company files a SR-26 cer...

  • When am I required to file a SR 22?

    Most states require car insurance companies to submit an SR22 form for each motor vehicle that they provide liability auto insurance coverage for. Reasons that your Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) of...

  • Is SR 22 a type of auto insurance?

    After you are receive a suspended license, your state Division of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office will require you to show proof of auto insurance. An SR 22 form will help you to provide this required ins...

  • How often should I compare car insurance quotes?

    You should compare auto insurance companies often to get the best insurance rates. Many people do careful comparison-shopping before purchasing an initial policy, and then continue to stay ...

  • What are the benefits of having a high car insurance deductible?

    When getting a car insurance quote comparison, you may find yourself wondering how a deductible affects the premiums you pay. You should always get quotes from more than one auto insurance agency wh...

  • Why do I need car insurance?

    There are two great reasons to purchase car insurance. First, your state probably requires it. Most (but not all; see below) states require at least a liability insurance policy for each vehicle regi...

  • Is there a grace period for purchasing auto insurance?

    It depends on your state and situation, but the generalized answer is to purchase car insurance immediately or as soon as possible and always keep up with your insurance renewal. Car Insurance Grac...

  • How do I check on a car insurance claim?

    To receive an updated status of your insurance claim after an auto accident, call your auto insurance representative. If you don't have a specific representative, visit your car insurance company's we...

  • How often must I renew my CDL?

    ...hat each CDL driver remains physically and mentally fit to operate the motor vehicles. Commercial License Renewal Schedules by State Following are state-by-state CDL license renewal guidelines. Thi...

  • What is covered on the CDL driving test?

    Testing for a commercial license is much like testing for a regular drivers license. You’ll need to study, maybe take a driver training course, get a few practice tests under your belt, and then...

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