Say you’re moving to Georgia from another state where you have an active non owner SR22 filing. To avoid a coverage lapse, you’ll buy a non owner SR22 Georgia insurance policy with a cross-state SR22 filing to the state that requires it. Non-owner insurance is for people who don’t own a vehicle. In Georgia, SR22 certificates are for new residents with an existing out-of-state SR22 who don’t have a car to insure.
Non owner SR22 Georgia insurance is for new residents of Georgia who have an active SR22 requirement in another state. You still have to continue the SR22 obligation in that state for the required time. To stay in compliance, you’ll need to buy a non owner SR22 Georgia policy and file a cross-state non owner SR22 certificate with the other state. ‘Non owner’ insurance means that you have no vehicle to insure. (more…)
Georgia non owner SR22A is high-risk insurance for people who don’t own a vehicle and want to reinstate their suspended driver’s license. You have to pay SR22A insurance premiums in full for a six- month term – there is no monthly payment option. (more…)