Virginia FR44 Insurance

FR44 Insurance in Virginia

What is the difference between SR22 insurance and FR44 insurance?

The FR-44 filing became law for those drivers who had the listed violations on or after January 1, 2008 in addition to those drivers needing to file an SR-22 beyond December 31, 2008. Any driver who commits the violations listed below should ask their insurance company to add an FR44 filing to their insurance policy.

When do I need an FR44 in Virginia?

The Virginia FR44 filing is only needed for more serious violations including:

  • Driving under the influence of intoxicants or drugs
  • Driving while license suspended or revoked
  • Maiming while under the influence
  • Violation of any federal law, other state law and/or local ordinance similar to the above listed

Liability insurance limits for Virginia FR44

The minimum limits of liability that must be provided on your Virginia FR44 auto insurance policy are:

$50,000 Bodily Injury per person
$100,000 Bodily Injury per occurrence
$40,000 Property damage

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