The state of Ohio requires SR22 insurance for drivers whose licenses have been suspended for insurance-related incidents, drug-related incidents (OVI or possession), ticketing incidents, and additional incidents such as failure to stop after a collision, reckless driving, and refusal to submit to an alcohol test. SR22 insurance in Ohio is a minimum-level liability policy for high-risk drivers. Serenity Group works with drivers to find the lowest Ohio SR22 insurance rates with the coverage they need to get back on the road.
What is SR22 Insurance
Ohio SR22/Bond provides proof that drivers have acquired the minimum liability insurance coverage required by the state to reinstate their driving privileges. To reinstate your license after an insurance related incident, OVI, ticketing incident, or an additional driving violation, your insurance company must file an SR22 certificate with the BMV. An Ohio SR22 certificate verifies the driver’s financial responsibility and fulfillment of Ohio’s minimum liability requirements for the next three years.
Failure to pay your premium will result in an invalid SR22 certificate and a suspended Ohio driver’s license. For more information, visit our DUI Survival Guide.
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SR22 Insurance Cost
Ohio’s minimum liability requirements will determine the cost of your SR22 insurance. The SR22 insurance minimum in Ohio is $25,000 for injury to one person, $50,000 for injury to two or more people, and $25,000 for property damage.
Ohio OVI Laws & Penalties
It is unlawful for a person to drive in Ohio with a BAC of .08 or higher. Penalties for an OVI in Ohio may include jail time, fines, license suspension, and an alcohol education class.
Call Serenity Group at (800) 774-0520 now to find out more information about obtaining SR22 in Ohio.
The above information is intended as informational and does not constitute legal or insurance advice. Insurance requirements in Ohio are subject to change.