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Many states require an insurance rider, known as an SR-22 or FR-44.

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What to Expect

  • It is not uncommon for increased insurance premiums to be the most expensive cost of a DUI.
  • Rate increases often remain in place for 3 to 7 years after a DUI conviction.
  • For a period of 3 to 5 years, most insurance companies will not cover a driver with a DUI conviction.
  • An SR-22 or FR-44 rider on your policy is a common need for license reinstatement.

Insurance FAQs

Can I still use my current insurance provider?

Before you contact your existing insurance provider, we suggest you get quotes from an insurance provider specializing in DUI. An agent experienced in DUIs may save you money in the end.


If I have a DUI on my record, can I still qualify for car insurance?

For a period of 3 to 5 years, most insurance companies will not cover a driver with a DUI conviction.


What is SR-22/FR-44?

An SR-22 or FR-44 is an insurance rider that is often required by the state as proof of liability coverage.  

How do I get the SR-22/FR-44?

Use our marketplace to find providers that specialize in SR-22/FR-44 in your area.

How long will my insurance premium go up?

Rate increases often remain in place for 3 to 7 years after DUI conviction.