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What is Oregon SR22 Insurance?
The state of Oregon requires drivers to carry a minimum of liability insurance coverage when operating a vehicle. These are the minimum amounts of coverage required, but additional coverage can be purchased:
- $25,000 bodily injury per accident
- $50,000 bodily injury liability for all injuries in an accident
- $20,000 in property damage per accident
If you own a vehicle, Oregon SR22 insurance is a certificate of financial responsibility attached to your auto insurance policy. If you don’t own a vehicle, it covers you while driving a vehicle owned by another individual. When your insurance provider submits the SR22 Oregon filing to the Department of Motor Vehicles, it allows your driver’s license to be reinstated. Because an SR22 filing is a guarantee of insurance coverage to the state of Oregon, your SR22 policy is monitored closely by your insurance provider to ensure it is kept in force for the assigned time period. If the policy is canceled, lapses or expires, the insurance provider notifies the DMV by submitting an SR26 filing, and the individual’s license will be suspended again.
Two types of Oregon SR22 insurance are available: SR22 owner insurance and SR22 non owner insurance. SR22 insurance Oregon owner policies are for individuals who own a vehicle, and SR22 non owner insurance is for individuals who do not own a vehicle. See our Oregon Non Owner SR22 Insurance page for more information on this option if you do not own a vehicle.
Many informative links regarding license suspensions and reinstatement procedures can be found on the Oregon DMV Website.
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This article was last updated on December 14th, 2021 by UltraCar Insurance