If a court or the state DMV has ordered you to file an SR-22, you’ll need to comply to avoid having your license suspended and facing other serious consequences.
If you don’t own a car, then it’s possible to take out a non-owner car insurance policy, which covers you when you’re borrowing or renting a car. Once your non-owner insurance is active, the insurance company can then file the SR-22 form with the state.
One benefit of non-owner car insurance is that it’s typically cheaper than regular car insurance. However, if you own or lease a car or live with someone who owns or leases a car, you must take out a regular car insurance policy.
Visit our guides and tips to learn more about how to secure a non-owner car insurance policy today.