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A look at the varying rules across the nation governing drivers’ licenses for older adults. MISSOURI: Starting at age 70, drivers must renew a license every three years, compared with every six years for adults ages 21 to 69. READ MORE >>

If you are indentified as a high-risk driver, securing auto insurance can be a challenge. Some insurance companies will deny insurance to high-risk drivers, while others just decide to charge extremely high premiums. No matter which insurance company you pick, you will most likely end up with a high rate. READ MORE >>

Frustrated by a recent court decision temporarily blocking part of Florida’s no-fault auto insurance law reformed last year, state lawmakers are considering scrapping the entire law. Current proposals would reinstate to a tort system and mandate that all drivers purchase bodily injury coverage. READ MORE >>

As with all states using the SR22 monitoring system, Missouri continues to require at least state minimum liability limits on an auto policy, with or without a vehicle.  Time lengths for the SR22 can vary depending on the date of the violation, and normally are maintained for up to 3 years. READ MORE >>

Officials unveiled a public health campaign on March 20 aimed at helping get aging Missouri men and women off the roads when it’s no longer safe for them to drive and at preparing them for life without a license. READ MORE >>

Question: I was caught driving without auto insurance (and other smaller offenses) in 2010. I am now planning on buying a new car and getting insurance again, but I am scared because of my past history that my auto insurance premium will be high.  What can I do to get decent rates?  READ MORE >>

Getting a DUI charge can have serious implications on your ability to drive in any state. This is particularly true in Florida, after this type of offense leads to the suspension of your driving license. Typically, after you have been arrested for a DUI charge, an electronic form known as a FR44 is issued to the individual. READ MORE >>

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Have you seen signs or commercials advertising an SR-22 in relation to your car insurance policy? Are you confused about whether it’s something new that you have to have for your insurance policy? This FAQ will explain what an SR-22 is and why you might need it. What is an SR-22? READ MORE >>

Here at Wessell Insurance Services, we are constantly asked, “What exactly is an SR22?” The “SR22” is actually a monitored insurance program that most states use to keep track of insurance on certain drivers. READ MORE >>

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Those that design personal auto insurance policies learned years ago that folks living in the same house will take turns driving the family cars. That’s why auto insurance policies are designed to provide coverage not just for the person specifically named on the policy (you) but also your spouse and family members. READ MORE >>

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