You can get non-owner SR-22 insurance in South Dakota by purchasing a non-owner car insurance policy and asking your insurer to file an SR-22 on your behalf. Non-owner SR-22 insurance allows drivers in South Dakota to fulfill their SR-22 requirement and maintain auto insurance coverage if they do not have regular access to a car. Most insurers will not sell you a non-owner policy if another member of your household has a car, even if it's not registered in your name.
To be clear, SR-22 is not actually a type of insurance. Instead, it's a form that an insurance company files with the state to prove that a driver has enough insurance to drive legally. Drivers are often required to file an SR-22 after a conviction for a serious offense such as DUI or if they have a history of moving violations.
When shopping for non-owner SR-22 insurance in South Dakota, it's best to get quotes from multiple insurance companies in order to compare prices. Just like with any auto insurance policy, non-owner car insurance premiums will vary based on the provider as well as factors like the policyholder's age and driving history.
You need an SR-22 in South Dakota for 3 years, meaning you must also maintain at least the minimum car insurance coverage required by South Dakota law for 3 years. Failure to have an SR-22 for 3 years can result in additional penalties and reinstatement fees.
South Dakota SR-22 Insurance Requirements
$25,000 in bodily injury liability insurance per person ($50,000 per accident)
The cheapest non-owner insurance is from Geico, State Farm, and Farmers. Non-owner insurance is for people who don’t own a car but rent or borrow one frequently. Although non-owner car insurance is usually cheaper than a standard policy, the cost can still vary widely based on location, driving record, and other risk factors.
Non-owner policies fulfill the state’s mandatory minimum requirements for liability coverage, though some companies also allow drivers to purchase additional coverage. Drivers can...
Non-owner SR-22 insurance costs at least $15 - $25, due to the fee insurers charge for filing an SR-22 form with the DMV. Non-owner SR-22 insurance also costs roughly 3% more than a standard non-owner car insurance policy, on average, given the high-risk surcharge that insurers apply to the premiums of drivers who need an SR-22.
The exact cost of a non-owner SR-22 policy depends on where the driver lives and how much car insurance they’re...
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