If the state has notified you or if you have been ordered by the court to obtain an SR-22 form, Titan insurance company can file the necessary forms and provide you with the certificate. The company requires you to pay a fee in order to file the papers. It is limited to the fee that your state charges and is normally $25 or less.
You don’t have to have an existing insurance policy through Titan in order to obtain insurance and an SR-22 form from the company. This is somewhat rare in the industry, as most insurers will not offer this service to new clients. If you are an existing client with Titan, the company will not cancel your policy if you need an SR-22.
If you want your premium to be as affordable as possible, you can take advantage of several discounts that Titan offers to drivers. If you have specific safety equipment features on your automobile, like airbags or anti-lock brakes, the company offers discounts on policy premiums. Additional discounts are available if you are a homeowner, an experienced driver, a current military service member or an owner of multiple Titan insurance policies.
With this provider you have access to a customer service representative over the phone, and you can make payments, adjust your policies and access documents through an online portal. As long as you pay your premiums on time and keep your policy active, your SR-22 insurance will remain in effect.
An SR-22 form is typically required for a minimum of two years and a maximum of five. Should your coverage lapse, the company is required to notify the DMV and your state office that you no longer have insurance. You may also lose your car registration and be forced to pay penalties.
Titan can help you obtain the necessary documentation to keep you driving legally. Even if you do not currently have an insurance policy through Titan, you can still get your SR-22 filed through the company. By staying current on your policy premiums, which you can pay online or over the phone, your policy and SR-22 will stay active.