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Running a business involves dealing with necessary expenses to keep the door open. Among your business expenses might be insurance costs. Expenses also might include the costs to maintain company vehicles and drivers. If you operate vehicles for commercial purposes, you might need commercial auto insurance. READ MORE >>

If you've been required to get an SR-22 certificate, it is likely to have an effect on your auto insurance coverage and prices. SR-22 requirements are certificates that your insurance company sends to your state DMV following a variety of traffic offenses. READ MORE >>

The hectic nature of everyday life doesn’t leave a lot of room for inconveniences. You have a family to take care of and bills to pay. But, mistakes that break the law can have a negative effect on everyday life. Sometimes, your driving habits could break the law in a severe way. READ MORE >>

Many associate an SR-22 requirement with a charge of Driving Under the Influence (DUI). If alcohol or a narcotic has impaired you, then you are not safe behind the wheel. This is the universal truth. The safest drivers refrain from practices that could get them an SR-22 requirement. READ MORE >>

No one wants to deal with getting SR-22 coverage. If your state requires you to do so, that means that authorities have judged you to be a significant risk when you are on the road. SR-22 coverage is not an auto insurance policy. Your insurance company issues SR-22 insurance certificates. READ MORE >>

If you are a driver who has SR-22 insurance, you will likely find this requirement to be inconvenient. But, you shouldn’t take an SR-22 lightly. An SR-22 means that your driving history indicates that you are a high risk for incidents on the road. READ MORE >>

Having the need for an SR-22 insurance certificate indicates that you may have a poor driving record. The requirement to have an SR-22 comes directly from the Department of Motor Vehicles. It means that your auto insurance provider needs to inform the DMV that you have an adequate amount of car insurance, specifically liability insurance, in place on the vehicle. READ MORE >>

Individuals who struggle with driving under the influence often do not set out to put themselves and others at risk. If you are one of the many people with DUIs or you have concerns you may get one at some point, it pays to take every step possible to avoid it. READ MORE >>

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