Stop Paying Too Much for Insurance

shaking hands in front of carYou have been required to have SR-22 insurance and it's been two years. Do you remember what the requirements are to finish your SR-22 insurance term? It will vary some, depending on what the courts ordered. However, there are some things you need to be sure you are doing to finish the term required by the courts.You need to be sure you do not have any DUIs on your record. So, that means be proactive and if you do drink, avoid driving.

You need to be sure you do not have repeat traffic violations. If you have some tickets but haven't kept track of them, you can request your record. In most states, you can request this online through your state's DMV website. Take time to pay any tickets and clear up your record. Also, take care to not accumulate repeat traffic violations.

Make sure you pay your SR-22 insurance premiums. Most courts will order you to have this insurance for at least three years. If your policy lapses, the insurance company will notify the state and you could lose your license. 

Make sure you have at least the minimum auto insurance required by your state. Even after you finish your SR-22 insurance term, you need to be sure you keep at least the minimum required insurance.

The next step is to be sure you never need SR-22 coverage again. Have that conversation with your insurance agent today so you can start planning for a future without SR-22 insurance.

Protect your property. Call Auto Insurance Discounters at (816) 252-2255 for more information on Kansas City SR-22 insurance.

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