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SR-22 Insurance Information

What is an SR-22?

An SR-22 is an insurance document that shows proof of financial responsibility and verification of auto liability coverage. The DMV may require you to provide an SR-22 in addition to your car insurance if you drive under the influence of a drug or alcohol, drive without proper insurance, are a habitual traffic offender, or are involved in a motor vehicle accident.

How does an SR-22 affect you?

An SR-22 must be carried for a designated time period, depending on the severity of your violations. Most offenders can expect to have an SR-22 for up to three years. During this time, you must maintain continuous liability coverage. Any break in coverage will be reported to the state, resulting in the suspension of your license. On top of securing adequate insurance, drivers with an SR-22 status should adhere to traffic laws and refrain from driving after alcohol consumption. After the proper fulfillment of this time period, a driver’s SR-22 status will expire, and driving privileges will be restored.

How much does an SR-22 cost?

The cost of premiums varies depending on the severity of your violations. Minor offenses, such as neglecting to pay a parking ticket, are often paired with more affordable policies. However, major offenses, such as drinking under the influence, are more likely to raise your premiums. To get a free quote, call us today for more information on SR-22 insurance.  


DUI Insurance Information

For Insurance Assistance after a DUI, Come to Calles Insurance

Coverage You Need at an Affordable Price

As one of the most heavily-trafficked states, California takes DUI charges very seriously. Driving under the influence puts you, your passengers, and anyone in your path in danger. That’s why it’s so critical not to drive drunk or impaired. If you have recently received a charge, you might face serious penalties which could even include jail time.

After a DUI, you might face challenges from your auto insurer. If you’re worried about how a DUI charge will affect your coverage, come to Calles Insurance. Our goal is to help every driver carry effective, affordable protection.

How a DUI Might Affect Your Car Insurance

A DUI charge almost always signals a high risk for auto insurers. If you’ve recently received a charge, your insurer likely won’t be able to offer you standard coverage or prices.

Some insurers charge DUI recipients significantly higher premiums. Others refuse to insure DUI recipients, and will cancel their policies altogether. If you encounter either of these scenarios, your checkbook and ability to maintain strong coverage might suffer. Since going without car insurance is out of the question, the team at Calles Insurance will work one-on-one with you to minimize the impact of a DUI on your insurance coverage.

Our Background Helps Us Help You

Driving drunk is never a good idea, but we can help you protect your auto insurance following an unfortunate DUI charge. That will be one less thing you have to worry about.

For over 15 years, Calles Insurance has taken pride in our professional, individual approach to customer service. As an independent agency, we can compare the policy offerings of multiple top-rated insurance companies. Our agents will ensure you can get comprehensive, reputable coverage following a DUI. We will also make sure you still pay the most affordable price for your coverage.

Contact Us Today

Do you need car insurance following a DUI? Calles Insurance is ready to help. In most cases, you can complete the enrollment process directly from the comfort of your own home. So, there’s no excuse to put off getting coverage any longer.

Get in touch with one of our agents today by calling (866) 883-9357 or completing an online quote form. We will make getting insurance convenient and fast.

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