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Peachstate Insurance Blog: sr-22

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Unless you get involved with the legal system, you may never hear about the term SR-22. As a result, there is a significant amount of misinformation and confusion surrounding SR-22 requirements and insurance options. Yet, drivers who want to get back on the road after a serious infraction need to learn more about what an SR-22 certificate is and how it impacts their choices. READ MORE >>

By law, the state of Georgia requires all drivers to carry car insurance. The law generally trusts all drivers to get covered on their own. However, it also requires drivers to carry proof of coverage in their vehicles, and it allows the authorities to ask drivers for proof of insurance if they pull them over. READ MORE >>

In Georgia, it is the law to carry car insurance on your vehicle. Therefore, if you fail to carry a policy, you break an important safety regulation. The requirement isn’t there to burden you. It exists to protect both you and others when car accidents occur. READ MORE >>

Most states, including Georgia, require drivers to carry car insurance. Failing to do so will result in a variety of legal penalties. First among them might come the Georgia SR-22 requirement. What is this penalty? More importantly, why do you have to manage it? READ MORE >>

Driving is a public activity. You have to take responsibility for your duty to others' safety. In the event of a problem on the road, more people than just yourself might become involved, after all. That could mean that your auto liability insurance comes into play. But, what if you don't have it? READ MORE >>

Drivers need car insurance, that’s the bottom line. The State of Georgia, as a result, requires most motorists to carry protection. Nevertheless, it’s your job to keep that policy active. Car insurance functions like a contract between you and your insurer. READ MORE >>

The law expects you to be a safe driver. By doing so, you’re not just keeping yourself safe, you’re doing a public service. Driving means you interact with others and their cars. If you don’t drive safely, you put many people—other drivers, pedestrians and passengers—in danger. READ MORE >>

Traffic authorities expect you to be a safe driver. So, too, does your auto insurer. If you drive recklessly, you put your own safety and the safety of others at risks. Speeding, accidents, drunk driving and even failing to carry insurance make you a more risky operator. READ MORE >>

A license suspension can mean various penalties for affected drivers. One of these penalties may be the requirement to get an SR-22 certificate. SR-22 certificates have an important impact on your auto insurance. So, let’s take a look at how license suspensions may trigger SR-22 requirements. READ MORE >>

Every driver needs to carry car insurance. In the event of a driving accident, insurance can come in handy to help drivers afford repairs. They could also help drivers compensate others for the damage or injuries they receive in the incident. However, what most drivers need to realize is that car insurance is more than just a recommendation. READ MORE >>

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