Question

What happens if I stop paying for my SR22?

I don't have a car.

Feb 1, 2019 Miami, FL

Answer
Ava Lynch

Feb 1, 2019

If you stop paying for the SR-22, the insurance is required to notify the state that the policy is canceled. Typically, the state will suspend your license and you may have additional fines as well. License suspensions also show up on your motor vehicle report. Since it would be on your record, your license getting suspended would also mean your insurance rates would increase. Good luck and if you have any other questions, don't hesitate to ask.

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