Do I need an SR-22 in Rhode Island?
No, Rhode Island does not require SR-22 insurance. Even though Rhode Island does not have an SR-22 requirement, drivers in the state should still expect their insurance rates to go up if they’re convicted of a serious driving-related offense.
Who has the cheapest rates for SR-22?
- Progressive is the cheapest SR-22 insurance provider that is widely available to most drivers, with an average annual rate of $1,058.
- State Farm is the second cheapest SR-22 insurance provider available to most drivers, with an average annual rate of $1,208.
Does having SR-22 make insurance go up?
Due to the fact that some insurers consider SR-22 drivers as high risk, your rate could increase. However, the increase to your policy’s rate will vary based on your ZIP code, vehicle, driving record, insurance history, and other factors.