How an SR-22 Can Put You On The Road Again
Maybe you've been asked for an SR-22 form in the past and weren't exactly sure what it is, why you need one, or how to get this certificate. Fortunately, we'll answer those questions and more!
An SR-22 is a form of certification that is often requested by the state to declare financial responsibility; specifically when a person without liability coverage was involved in an accident or does not have the required level of insurance coverage.
As long as you do not leave a lapse in your state-required minimum coverage, you will not need an SR-22 in Idaho.
All About SR-22
What Is SR-22 Insurance?
Technically, SR-22 is not a type of insurance, but rather a statement of financial responsibility called a Certificate of Financial Responsibility, or CFR for short. The SR-22 form filed by your insurance company and required by your state's Department of Motor Vehicles essentially shows that you maintain auto insurance with liability coverage.
Other Insurance agencies charge for SR-22, but lucky we have established great partnerships and some of our partners won’t charge you for SR-22! Call us or text us to learn more.
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Nampa, ID 83687
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Burley, ID 83318
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