Having an active SR22 in place is usually the last step before having your drivers license reinstated with the Ohio BMV. But how do you go about setting up the SR22 filing correctly so that you have coverage for what you need? And, how can you do so while also getting the lowest affordable rate?
The process isn't as complicated as you might think. It's really only a four-step process:
First step: Determining which type of policy you need.
The first step is real simple:
Second Step: Selecting the proper levels of coverage.
After you have determined which type of policy you need, you then need to select the levels of coverage that is right for you. If you do not understand the basics of an auto insurance policy, see my blog article titled Basics of an auto insurance policy. This will give you a better understanding of coverages and how to select the right levels that you need
Third Step: Going through the quoting process.
Fourth and Last Step: Filing the SR22 with the Ohio BMV.
There are two ways of doing this. The easy way and the fast way:
Getting the right Ohio SR22 policy is not as complicated as it seems. Arming yourself with knowledge of these 4 simple steps will help you find the right policy, coverage, and price for you. If you would like some help in finding the right Ohio SR22 policy, feel free to fill out one of the three quote forms below. I will do my best in finding the right coverage and price for you. And as always, I handle all quotes personally and privately.
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Dan Lyles is an Independent Insurance Agent serving Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Pennsylvania, Virginia and West Virginia..