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 Is it possible to purchase an SR-22 from an auto insurance company without having their insurance on your vehicle?

Answer Answer No, an SR-22 is just a form that the insurance company sends to the state to notify them of the status of your insurance policy. It is an endorsement on your insurance policy. Hope this helps.
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In the state of Texas can the lender repo your vehicle if your auto insurance lasped for 4 months you was told you had to pay full insurance coverage or vehicle will be repoed can they?

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Is it ok to change auto insurance after twenty years with the same company as another good insurance company can give a better discount because they already have your homeowners policy?

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