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If you have been told you need to maintain SR22 in the state of Nevada, you have choices.  The traditional owner's SR22 can insure either autos, or motorcycles/scooters.  For years, the only other option in NV was a non-owner SR22 (named-operator SR22) Through the years, we have written hundreds of non-owner SR22s in NV. READ MORE >>

The "Volunteer" state, as most other states.. require an SR22 endorsed auto policy to release a suspended TN drivers license.  As well, an SR22 will be required to release holds by the state of TN on another state license. READ MORE >>

The state of CA continues to require SR22 endorsed insurance policies for release of a suspended license.  An SR22 can be written with a traditional auto, a motorcycle/scooter, or as a non-owner (non-owner SR22).  Either of these policies will release your license and keep it valid, so deciding which policy is most correct for your current situation is where we come in. READ MORE >>

The state of Ohio has been actively using the SR22 insurance monitoring system for drivers that incur certain violations within the state (regardless where you live, or where you are licensed)  Normally these violation include (but not limited to..) DUI, refusal to test, driving while license suspended/revoked, or a no-insurance violation. READ MORE >>

The Texas DPS (Department of public safety) oversees the SR22 requirement in the lone-star state.  If you have a suspended TX drivers license, or had certain violations within TX while licensed somewhere else, you will hear from the DPS. READ MORE >>

The state of Florida continues to require financial responsibility in 2 different forms, depending on the violations involved.  All motor vehicle violations involving alcohol in the state of FL require an FR44 (FR-44) endorsed policy for license release. READ MORE >>

Here at Wessell Insurance Services, we have been writing insurance for 9 years now.  The vast majority of our thousands of written policies have actually been non-owner SR22, or non-owner FR44 insurance.  The non-owner (named-operator) policy has been around for 15+ years now, but many people just don't understand how it can be useful. READ MORE >>

The state of VA has maintained the SR22 program for several years, and the FR44 program for about 5 years now. The VA SR22/FR44 programs are still maintained/administered in the same manners since inception of each.  We continue to write cheap SR22 insurance for in-state VA residents... READ MORE >>

In the state of North Carolina, you must have auto insurance (owners, or non-owners auto) to obtain a drivers license.  Frequently, we have drivers call us asking what a DL123 form is...  When we hear that, it is clear that the state wants to have proof of an active auto insurance policy to issue a drivers license. READ MORE >>

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An FR44 filing is a form that must be issued by an insurance provider in the states of Florida and Virginia for drivers who have certain alcohol-related driving convictions, such as a DUI or DWI. If you have one of these convictions, an FR44 filing must be submitted to the DMV to prove that you h... READ MORE >>

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