With a DUI on your record it is imperative that you shop around for the cheapest insurance rates. Insurance companies have different tastes as for the risks they are willing to take. Some companies go easier on DUI's than others. Some auto insurance companies won't write insurance at all if someone has a DUI on their record.
That's why it's important to get auto insurance quotes from multiple companies with a dui on your record. If you only get an auto insurance quote from one or two companies, you're merely doing a crap shoot for the lowest rate. You need to get quotes from multiple companies. The easiest way to do that without being bombarded with phone calls is to contact an independent agent. An independent agent can take your information and do the shopping around for you.
One word of caution: Do not fill out an online auto insurance quote form from a website that does not have a person(s) name listed with their contact info. Any website which offers auto insurance quotes but does not put a person in front of it is nothing more than a lead generation site. These sites do not sell insurance at all! They merely collect your information, and sell it to other insurance agents. Doing this will not only clutter up your mailbox, but it will also ring your phone off the hook! Rule of thumb: If you do not see a human being or at least an address or phone number, stay away!
The companies I carry all go easy on DUI's, and all offer SR22 filings. You only need to fill out one quote form and I will run your information through and find the company with the lowest rate. 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..