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Yes, Erie offers SR-22 insurance to drivers who have been classified as “high-risk” by their state. Erie will file an SR-22 form with the state on a customer’s behalf as well as provide the insurance coverage necessary to meet the state’s SR-22 requirements. On average, drivers will need to maintain SR-22 insurance for three years.
Key Things to Know About Erie SR-22 Insurance
- Erie typically charges a $15-$25 filing fee in order to perform mandatory SR-22 filing. This fee may vary by state.
- Drivers with an SR-22 pay 5% more for Erie car insurance than drivers with a clean record, on average.
- Drivers who are required to file an SR-22 after being convicted of a DUI will pay 76% more for Erie car insurance than drivers with a clean record, on average.
- If your Erie SR-22 policy lapses, Erie is required by law to notify your state’s DMV. This will likely result in a license suspension until you reinstate your policy.
To get a quote for SR-22 insurance from Erie, you can call 800-458-0811. To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to SR-22 insurance.
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