What if you’re moving to another state before you complete your FR44 requirement? You’re probably wondering, “What should I do about my FR44 if I move out of state?” Virginia and Florida are the only states that require an FR44 certificate specifically for people with DUI convictions. You can’t transfer your FR44 certificate outside of Florida or Virginia. You’ll need to keep your FR44 policy current for the required time. If you own a vehicle, you can get a separate, standard insurance policy in your new state.
Our Florida and Virginia clients frequently ask, “Do I have to keep my FR44 if I move out of state?” And it’s a valid question, because Florida and Virginia are the only states that require an FR44 specifically for DUI or DWI license suspensions. (more…)
In Virginia there are two types of high risk insurance certificate: SR22 and FR44. If your license suspension is for a violation that’s not related to alcohol or drugs, you’ll file a Virginia SR22 certificate for reinstatement. (more…)
If you own a motorcycle and need to file a Virginia FR44 Insurance certificate, you can obtain Virginia FR44 motorcycle insurance. UltraCar Insurance can endorse your FR44 certificate to a motorcycle insurance policy. (more…)
When people in Florida and Virginia need to reinstate their license, they often ask, what’s the difference between SR22 FR44 insurance? These are the only states with two types of license reinstatement certificate. An SR22 insurance certificate is for non-alcohol related motor vehicle violations. The FR44 insurance certificate is for DUI or DWI violations.
What is FR44? In Florida and Virginia, it’s a financial responsibility form you need to buy after a DUI/DWI to reinstate your license. Florida and Virginia are the only states that require this form specifically for DUI/DWI offenses. (more…)
Drivers who commit an alcohol-related motor vehicle offense will have to buy FR44 Virginia insurance to reinstate their license. (more…)
A motor vehicle violation or legal judgment in Virginia can result in suspension of your driver’s license. If you don’t own a vehicle, you’ll need to carry Virginia non owners insurance with an SR22 attachment in order to reinstate your driving privileges during your license suspension period. (more…)
Driving a vehicle under the influence of alcohol or drugs is against the law in all 50 states. You will face a charge of DUI in Virginia if you are 21 years of age or older and are tested with a blood alcohol content of 0.08% or higher. The blood alcohol limit for drivers under the age of 21 is 0.02%. (more…)
Even if you don’t own a vehicle, it’s likely that you have a driver’s license for the purpose of identification, as well as to be able to legally drive a non-owned vehicle when necessary. If you have a DUI or DWI license suspension and you don’t own a vehicle, you’ll file a non owner FR44 Virginia certificate for license reinstatement. (more…)
What is FR44 insurance Virginia? If you have a DUI/DWI violation in Virginia, you’ll be required to file an FR44 certificate for license reinstatement. The state of Virginia was the first state in the country to implement the FR44 filing system specifically for alcohol or drug related offenses. A Virginia FR44 insurance filing is similar to an SR22 filing, but FR44 insurance minimum coverage requirements for FR44 insurance is much higher than for standard liability insurance requirements. (more…)