Florida FR44 Filing Process- How to Reinstate Your License

Florida FR44 insurance is car insurance which meets certain coverage and  procedural requirements as prescribed by law. This regulation must be satisfied  and maintained for DUI drivers to keep a valid Florida license. Increased  limits, reporting compliance and a $15.00 fee are mandatory. These additions to a car insurance policy are similar requirements other high risk drivers  experience. Unique to a Florida DUI insurance policy is the high liability  limits of 100/300/50; ten times the financial responsibility requirement for  drivers with out a DUI.

The FR44 filing (Uniform Financial Responsibility Certificate) is the method  used to verify insurance compliance for convicted DUI drivers. The Certificate  (Form) is filed (submitted) to the Florida Bureau of Financial Responsibility  electronically by the insurance company after policy purchase. This process is  the last step in getting back a valid Florida license. First a policy is  purchased from a Florida authorized insurance company which secures the  Financial Responsibility case number from the MVR. This is a tracking number  assigned to each individual DUI driver. The driver license can be reinstated  when the DMV data base is refreshed indicating your compliance and eligibility.  Naturally, a reinstatement fee will apply.

The compliance period is for three years and insurance companies are required  to notify the State if a policy is terminated for any reason. If The DUI driver  does not replace coverage with a new eligible policy then their license will be  suspended. Reinstatement occurs only after the process is repeated and  additional elevated reinstatement fees are paid.  Contact FR44 & SR22 Experts, LLC for your Florida FR44 Insurance filing needs at 1-855-678-6977 or click here for a free quote.











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