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Friday, December 18, 2020 Here at Northside Insurance Agency we understand that people make mistakes. Many Florida drivers have been charged with driving under the influence and our agency is here to help. We specialize in Florida FR44 insurance for individuals who have been convicted of a DUI and serve the entire state. READ MORE >>
Friday, November 9, 2018 Florida FR44 Insurance Receiving a DUI in Florida is probably one of the most frustrating events of your life. While there's nothing we (or anybody) can do to make it a "pleasant experience" overall, we can certainly make it CHEAPER. We specialize in Non-Owner and Owner Florida FR44 Insurance Policies. READ MORE >>
Friday, August 31, 2018 A DUI conviction in the State of Florida will require an FR44 Insurance Policy with 100/300/50 Coverage. You must generally keep this policy in force for 3 years from your conviction date. Call 813-960-5225 or toll free 1-800-952-5221 Florida FR44 Insurance READ MORE >>
Friday, June 22, 2018Cheapest Florida FR44 Insurance Florida FR44 Insurance Receiving a DUI in Florida is probably one of the most frustrating events of your life. While there’s nothing we (or anybody) can do to make it a “Cheap Experience” overall, we can certainly make it CHEAPER. READ MORE >>
Friday, May 4, 2018 What is SR-22 or FR-44 insurance? What is an SR-22/FR-44? An SR-22 and an FR-44 are both Certificate of Financial Responsibility (CFR) forms.* A CFR is a certificate required by the state and provided by your auto insurance company that verifies you have auto insurance liability coverage. READ MORE >>
Friday, April 13, 2018Florida FR44 Insurance FAQs What is an FR44 filing? The FR44 filing was created to make sure that a driver convicted of a DUI carries liability limits of 100/300/50. The State of Florida requires people convicted of a DUI to carry higher bodily injury and property damage limits to protect the public in the event they hurt someone in an automobile accident. READ MORE >>