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If you were recently notified that you need SR-22 insurance, you may be surprised to know that you can’t get one on your own. An SR22 isn’t actually insurance but rather a certificate proving that you have insurance that meets your state’s minimum coverage requirements. You can only get one through an insurance company.

All states require drivers to buy auto insurance (with the exception of New Hampshire), and of course, not everyone complies. But if you’re caught driving without car insurance or doing something else illegal behind the wheel of your car -- you may have to seek an SR-22 form.

But if you’re already insured by Nationwide, you may be able to file for an SR22 easily. Nationwide charges an average of $3,364 annually for auto insurance with DUI. However Nationwide also offers top discounts you can make use of to reduce your premium amount.
StateCompanyAnnual average premiumAnnual average premium with SR-22 and DUIPercentage Increase
South CarolinaNationwide$1,426$2,53477.70%
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