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How much does it cost?

People often ask how much will an SR-22 will cost.  The filing fee is not the cost you should be worried about.  The cost of the auto insurance will be high because of the reason or reasons that you are required to carrier the SR-22. When you need an SR-22 most likely you have done something to give you points on your license. The points will increase the cost of the auto insurance not the SR-22.

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Is there a filing fee?

There is a one time filing fee that will be charged. The filing fee will be $15 to $25 depending on the insurance carrier filing the SR-22. 

What is a SR-22?

SR-22 is a documentation that provides proof of financial responsibility. An SR-22, also called a Certificate of Financial Responsibility (CFR), is a certificate mandated by the state and provided by your auto insurance company that verifies that you have auto insurance liability coverage. The most common reason you might need an SR-22 is if the police pull you over and your driving without auto insurance. If that happens you'll be required to carry the SR-22 for a specified amount of time (usually three years). Once that time is up you will no longer need to carry the SR-22.


To find out more about SR-22's check out our website Columbus Insurance Market SR-22 We have several carriers that offer SR-22's.  Progressive and Unitrin seem to be the most competitive in auto insurance rates when you need to carry an SR-22.  Call us today for a quote 614 560 7875.

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