What is a Non-Owner sr22 insurance in Indiana?
Non-owner SR-22 insurance is a type of car insurance that provides coverage for individuals who do not own a car but are required to carry SR-22 insurance as a result of a traffic violation or other incident. In Indiana, non-owner SR-22 insurance is often required for drivers who have had their driver’s license suspended or revoked and do not have a car of their own.
Non-owner SR-22 insurance provides liability coverage for damages or injuries that you may cause to other people or property while operating a vehicle that you do not own. It does not provide coverage for damages to the vehicle you are driving or for any injuries you may suffer. Non-owner SR-22 insurance is typically less expensive than regular car insurance because it does not provide coverage for a specific vehicle.
If you are required to carry non-owner SR-22 insurance in Indiana, you will need to show proof of insurance to the Indiana Department of Transportation (WisDOT) before you can reinstate your driver’s license. You will also need to maintain the non-owner SR-22 insurance for a set period of time as specified by WisDOT.