Ohio SR22


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You may be wondering what an SR22 filing is and that is perfectly understandable.

What is an SR22?

The Ohio BMV requires most drivers to file an SR22 to prove financial responsibility. This form is commonly referred to as a sr-22 filing, sr22 bond, or even just SR-22. The state bureau of motor vehicles wants to see that you are insured to drive with at least the state minimum liability limits. In order to get your license reinstated after a DUI or other violation you will need to have an insurance company send proof of financial responsibility on your behalf. If you cancel this policy the state will know and require you to start the suspension period again.

The Ohio BMV usually requires that you file an SR-22 for a period of 3 years from the beginning date of the suspension. In rare situations you may be required to file for up to 5 years. You do not need to own a car to have auto insurance in fact there is a policy designed for that purpose alone.

What is a non-owner SR22?

If you don't own a vehicle but need to file an Ohio SR22 then you can get a non-owner SR22. This insurance policy will meet all the requirements stated to get your license reinstated plus offer you liability protection no matter what car you drive. You cannot have a non-owner liability policy if you own a car so check with your insurance agent.

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What is a Ohio SR-22 bond?

Similar to a standard auto insurance policy with a SR22 filing this policy is a minimum liability insurance policy. It covers you while operating a private passenger vehicle. The SR22 bond will pay up to $12,500 per person in bodily injury or $25,000 per accident. Included is $7,500 in property damage coverage which pays for damage to others property like their car.

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