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Licensed Auto Insurance Agent

UPDATED: May 24, 2021

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Don't Forget These Facts

  • You will need to file an SR-22 if you recently had your license suspended or revoked
  • If you don’t own a vehicle, you can file non-owner SR-22 insurance
  • Most car insurance companies file SR-22 insurance, including State Farm and GEICO

Was your license recently revoked or suspended? You will need to file an SR-22 form to reinstate your driving privileges. You can expect your car insurance rates to go up when you do. 

Finding cheap SR-22 insurance quotes is key to saving money on car insurance after losing your license. Keep reading to learn the car insurance companies that file SR-22s and what you can do to get the most affordable SR-22 insurance rates possible.

If you need to buy SR-22 insurance now, enter your ZIP code above and start comparing quotes for free from car insurance companies that file SR-22s near you.

Which car insurance companies file SR-22s?

Does GEICO do SR-22? What about State Farm SR-22 insurance? The answer is yes, both of those providers file SR-22.

In fact, the number of auto insurance companies that file SR-22s might surprise you. Many of the most popular providers (and quite a few smaller ones) file SR-22, as you can see in the list below:

  • 21st Century
  • AAA
  • Acceptance Insurance
  • Allstate
  • American Family
  • Auto-Owners
  • Country Financial
  • Direct Auto
  • Dairyland Insurance
  • Erie
  • Esurance
  • Farm Bureau
  • Farmers
  • GAINSCO
  • GEICO
  • The General
  • Hallmark
  • Infinity
  • Jupiter Insurance
  • Liberty Mutual
  • Mercury
  • Nationwide
  • Progressive
  • SafeAuto
  • State Farm
  • Travelers
  • USAA

The car insurance companies that file SR-22s are not limited to this list, and there may be more providers in your area that offer cheaper rates. Shop around and compare quotes from as many local car insurance companies as possible to get the most affordable SR-22 insurance rates.

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Which companies offer the cheapest SR-22 insurance rates?

The table below is a sample of rates from some of the most popular car insurance providers that file SR-22s. The sample is taken from a 30-year old driver with an otherwise good driving record. 

SR-22 Filing Terms by State

StatesLength of Filing Period
Alabama3
Alaska3-5
Arizona3
Arkansas3
California3
Colorado3
Connecticut3
District of Columbia3
Florida (FR-44 also required)3
Georgia3
Hawaii3
Idaho3
Illinois3
Indiana3
Iowa2
Kansas3
Louisiana3
Maine3
Maryland (FR-19 also required)3
Massachusetts3
Michigan3
Mississippi3-5
Missouri2-3
Montana3
Nebraska3
Nevada3
New Hampshire3
New Jersey3
North Dakota1
Ohio3
Oregon3
Rhode Island3
South Carolina3
South Dakota3
Tennessee3
Texas2
Utah3
Vermont3
Virginia (FR-44 also required)3
Washington3
West Virginia3
Wisconsin3
Wyoming3
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Be aware that your rates will depend on your driving record, including how many license suspensions and revocations you have had. 

Where you live will also impact your SR-22 insurance quotes. Each state requires certain levels of mandatory coverage and SR-22 forms prove that you meet the mandatory levels in your state. Read our SR-22 insurance state guide to learn more about SR-22 costs and requirements in your state.

Can I get affordable SR-22 insurance without a vehicle?

Yes, you can file SR-22 insurance without a vehicle with the companies listed above. 

You will need to file a non-owner SR-22 which might require you to speak with an agent. Not many companies offer non-owner SR-22 insurance quotes online, but you can still compare quotes to get an idea of what you can expect to pay before calling an agent. 

Start comparing auto insurance quotes right now for free with our online comparison tool. Enter your ZIP code below to get free quotes from car insurance companies that file SR-22s near you.