Non owner SR22 Ohio is a high risk insurance policy the state requires to reinstate your license after a suspension. It’s for drivers who do not own a vehicle.
Why do I need non owner SR22 Ohio?
The state may suspend your driver’s license for a number of reasons. Some of the causes of license suspension are excessive points against your driving record, a DUI or DWI conviction, a legal judgment or other reason.
How do I get back my driver’s license?
After a license suspension, you must complete certain requirements to be eligible for reinstatement. One of the requirements is filing a high-risk insurance certificate through a high-risk auto insurance provider.
Your insurance provider will file the SR22 certificate with the Ohio BMV. UltraCar Insurance can usually issue your policy, endorse the SR22 certificate, and file it with the state the same day. (Paper submission of SR22 certificates usually takes 3-5 business days.) Once your provider completes the filing, the Ohio BMV will reinstate your driving privileges. You must maintain non owner SR22 Ohio for 3 years in most cases. However, a judge or the court can overrule the time frame depending on the circumstances of a case.
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UltraCar Insurance is a licensed Ohio SR22 insurance provider. We’ll electronically file your non owner SR22 Ohio certificate with the Ohio BMV, and provide you with the copy of the certificate within 15 minutes in most cases. We’ll be glad to answer your questions about non owner insurance coverage and non owner SR22 insurance companies. Give us a call or click the quote button for affordable quotes today!
This article was last updated on May 20th, 2023 by UltraCar Insurance