Stop Paying Too Much for Insurance

Writing a TicketDrivers who accumulate numerous transgressions while behind the wheel are often a danger to everyone else on the road. If tickets and fines aren't teaching you to drive safely, then maybe a notification that you must obtain SR-22 insurance will do the trick.

Every driver must maintain auto insurance, but SR-22 insurance is for high-risk drivers. An SR-22 policy is filed with your insurance provider, the DMV and the police, and it must be maintained for a predetermined period of time (which often lasts for two to three years). If you let your coverage lapse, your driver's license could be suspended.

Why is an SR-22 status such a big deal? Everyone is required to maintain coverage, after all. The big deal comes into play with the price tag. SR-22 insurance costs double, or even triple, the amount of normal auto insurance. The policy acts as both proof of insurance and a penalty for earning that status.

But what exactly does it take to get slapped with an SR-22 status?
  • Driving without a valid license
  • Driving without insurance
  • Accumulating multiple points on your driving record
  • Being convicted of a DWI or DUI
  • Various other driving infractions
Paying SR-22 insurance premiums can take a big hit on your wallet, but don't let the experience be in vain. After fulfilling your allotted SR-22 timeframe, you can once again be eligible for normal auto insurance rates. Hopefully by that point, you'll have learned that safe driving is vital for everyone on the road.

Want to learn more? Call Auto Insurance Discounters at (816) 252-2255 for more information on Kansas City SR-22 insurance.
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