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Auto Insurance Question from Catlin, Indiana
Answer given on July 12, 2019
If you need to provide proof of automobile insurance for two years because your license was suspended, the insurance company will provide the proof for the policy term they provide. Most automobile insurance companies write an annual or six month policy term and the proof is provided at each renewal date. There are no automobile insurance companies that provide a two year policy.
You can change your automobile insurance policy at any renewal if you find a different insurance company to provide the SR 22 at a lower cost. Simply advise the prior insurance company, which will send a notice of cancellation to the Dept of Motor Vehicles, but the new company will send proof of insurance when their policy goes into effect.
There is usually a charge for this SR 22 filing. It is not a lot, usually around $25-$50 each policy term. When the SR 22 is no longer required, be sure to tell your insurance company so they do not continue to send it, and to continue to charge you.
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