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What Is Washington SR22 Car Insurance?

A Washington SR22 car insurance form proves the financial responsibility of a driver for carrying enough car insurance coverage. A Washington SR-22 car insurance form shows the Washington authorities that a driver can carry at least the state minimum amount of liability car insurance coverage, or at least $25,000 per person injured per accident, $50,000 for more than one person injured in an accident, and $10,000 property damage.

Who Needs a Washington SR22 Insurance Form?

In Washington, SR-22 auto insurance forms are required for drivers who have had their licenses suspended. Other cases where a SR-22 insurance form is required include drivers who have had unsatisfactory judgments entered against them, or if a driver hasn’t paid their ordered compensation for an accident. Drivers who have had more than three convictions for auto insurance violations are also required to file a WA SR-22 car insurance form to prove that they are carrying continuous car insurance.

Are There Different Types of Washington SR22 Forms?

In Washington, SR22 car insurance forms come in three different types: the Operator’s Certificate, the Owner’s Certificate and the Operators-Owners Certificate. The Washington SR22 Operator’s Certificate proves that the operator of a motor vehicle is financially responsible for carrying car insurance, even if they don’t own a vehicle. The Owner’s Certificate SR22 form in Washington proves financial responsibility for a driver who owns their vehicle and for all vehicles they own. The Washington SR22 Operators-Owners Certificate combines both types of certificate by covering both the driver and all their vehicles.

Who is Responsible for Filing an SR-22 Insurance Form in Washington?

In Washington, the state does not notify the driver or their insurance company that they need to file a SR-22 insurance form. The driver’s car insurance company is responsible for filing the Washington SR22 auto insurance form with the Washington Department of Licensing.

How Does a Washington SR22 Insurance Form Cost Extra?

In most states, a SR22 processing fee is associated with filing an SR22 insurance form, but the SR22 processing fee may be included in the car insurance policy. The best way to find low cost Washington SR22 car insurance is to get a free online quote!

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