Topic: About a non-owner FR44 Insurance in Florida
Convicted of a DUI in Florida for the first time? If yes, your driver’s license will be suspended by the court for a minimum period of 180 days. After your trial period is over, you need to obtain a FR44 insurance-related form through any Florida FR44 insurance company for regaining your driving privileges. It is not that difficult to file an FR44. We FR44 Insurance, an independent insurance agency in Florida can help you with that! If you are looking to reinstate your license, make sure to obtain your Florida FR44 form through FR44 Insurance 3 to 4 days in advance to avoid any delays at your local department of vehicles (DMV). We have been specializing in many Florida FR-44 insurance products for the last 10 years.
Everyone has their unique set of insurance needs. When it comes to FR44 insurance without owning a vehicle also known as named-operator liability policy, we make the process much easier. A non-owner insurance policy applies to those people who don’t own or drive any vehicles. Unlike a regular FR44 Florida filing, a non-owner FR44 policy does not include PIP insurance coverage. This type of policy only has the state required amount of coverage for bodily injury liability of $100, 000 per person or $300,000 per accident and property damage liability of $50,000.
Learn more about what FR44 insurance is all about by clicking here in this link sr22-fr44-insurance-florida.com. We have worked with worked with several drivers in Florida who had
- Didn’t have any insurance previously
- DUI-related offences
- Excessive violations of traffic rules
- Driving without an insurance policy
- Accidents without an insurance policy
- License of a driver being suspended
A Non-Owner FR44 insurance policy allows you to drive any vehicle of your choice, but does not allow you to “regular” insurance on any vehicle, i.e., it does not provide comprehensive and collision insurance coverage for the vehicle we are driving.