Non Owner FR44 Florida

Non Owner FR44 Florida

If you have a suspended license after DUI and don’t own a car, you’ll purchase non-owner FR44 Florida insurance. FR44 is a high-risk insurance certificate that’s filed with the Florida Department of Highway Safety & Motor Vehicles. This filing allows you to regain your driving privileges. In most cases, the state requires you to carry FR44 insurance for three years.

Non-owner FR44 Florida is a certificate you file with the Florida DHSMV to reinstate your license after a DUI/DWI conviction. Your insurance agent endorses the FR44 to an insurance policy. When you don’t own a vehicle, your agent writes a non-owner policy with an FR44 endorsement.

Get license reinstatement with Florida no car insurance.

Florida No Car Insurance

To get your license reinstated when you don’t own a vehicle, you’ll have to buy Florida no car insurance. Otherwise known as non-owner insurance, this type of policy can have an SR22 endorsement, or it can stand on its own. If the state requires you to have SR22 insurance, your insurance provider files the certificate with Florida HSMV. The SR22 filing allows you to reinstate your license and continue to drive, as long as you keep the SR22 policy current.

Florida no car insurance is for people who don’t own a vehicle and have to file an SR22 financial responsibility form for license reinstatement. UltraCar Insurance provides competitive Florida non-owner SR22 quotes and quick filing of your non-owner SR22 certificate.