Kentucky SR22 Insurance
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SR22 Insurance in Kentucky
Kentucky is one of the few states that doesn’t require an SR-22 form. However, drivers who are required to file a SR22 in another state should maintain their SR22 as required by that state’s laws. Failure to maintain an SR22 you filed in another state could result in suspension of your driver’s license in the state of Kentucky if you are stopped by a police officer during a traffic stop or accident.
The property damage will provide coverage for the driver and
whomever is driving the vehicle in the case of an accident.
If you or a family member are driving and involved in a accident the insurance company will pay for damages occurred from the accident up to $25,000. If there is damages above and beyond that you will be responsible for the remaining money owed.
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SR-22 insurance limits in Kentucky
Although Kentucky does not require drivers to have SR-22 insurance after certain convictions, the state still requires all drivers to have certain car insurance coverage. Kentucky drivers are required to have at least the following car insurance limits:
- $25,000 for bodily injury or death per person
- $50,000 for bodily injury or death per accident
- $25,000 for property damage coverage per accident
Failure to have the mandatory car insurance in Kentucky results in penalties that could include having your registration revoked, a fine and/or potential jail time.
Kentucky SR22 Insurance Page Updated 7/20/2020
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