Progressive SR22 Nonowners Insurance
Sometimes, an SR22 may need to be filed by a person who doesn’t own a vehicle. This type of insurance is called SR22 insurance. In Texas Progressive SR22 nonowners insurance is available to drivers who do not own a vehicle or who do not have regular access to a vehicle.
Yes, you can probably insure 2 different cars that are registered or titled under your name with 2 different auto insurers, each one thus insured by a different insurance company. However unless there is a good reason to do so it would likely cost you more to insure you cars this way.
Your insurance company fill file this form with the state that has required it. The Sr22 insurance form is an endorsement on your auto liability insurance policy. Get a Progressive SR22 Nonowners insurance for a Texas filing or out-of-state filing with Austin Insurance Group.
If an SR22 is required, all insured’s titled vehicles will have to be added to the insurance, even if the vehicle is not driven. In the event the vehicle is not registered, the insurance company might make an exception. Most insurance companies require anyone in the household that has a valid driver’s license to be listed on the policy, because the insurance company assumes that any driver could drive any vehicle in the household, at any time, and the company will not take the risk.
Progresive SR22 nonowners insurance generally covers the minimum liability that is required in the state of the insured. In Texas, that limit is $30,000/$60,000/$25,000 ($30,000 per person for bodily injury, $60,000 per accident and $25,000 for property damage).