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I need a sr22, and I have no vehicle(nonowner sr22 policy). The problem is New Hampshire requires this, and I live now in Massachusetts.


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In general, most companies in Massachusetts will not write an insurance policy for an out-of-state sr22. You may need to contact Massachusetts' Division of Insurance to help you find an insurance company that will meet your insurance needs. Another solution that was provided by a comment is to copy and paste this web address into your browser:http://www.massagent.com/info/SR22.pdf

These MA carriers should be able to assist you:American Automobile Insurance Co. -- Licensed in all states Amica Mutual Insurance Com. -- Licensed in all states except HI Arbella Mutual Insurance Co. -- May file SR-22s in RI & CA The Commerce Insurance Co. -- Licensed in CT, MA, ME, NH, RI & VTThe Hanover Insurance Co. -- Licensed in all states Liberty Mutual Insurance Co. -- Licensed in all states Massachusetts Homeland Insurance Co. -- Licensed in MA onlyMetropolitan P&C Insurance Co. -- Licensed in all states except AK, CA, SC, WV & DC (licensed in HI, TX & NJ for group only)National Grange Mutual Insurance Co. -- Licensed in CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, ME, MD, MI, NH, NJ, NY, NC, OH, PA, RI, SC, TN, VT, VA, WV & WI Norfolk & Dedham Group -- Licensed in ME, NH, NJ, NY & RI Plymouth Rock Assurance Corp. -- Licensed in CT, MA & RI Premier Insurance Co. of Massachusetts -- Licensed in MA only Quincy Mutual Fire Insurance Co. -- Licensed in MA, RI & CT Safety Insurance Co. -- Licensed in MA only United Services Automobile Association -- Licensed in all states and territories except American Samoa

CarInsurance.com may offer insurance through one of these carriers. If you put your zip code in and request a quote. NetQuote will take your information and try to find an agent to help you (those NetQuote agents may be licensed with one of these companies).


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1 Responses to "I need a sr22, and I have no vehicle(nonowner sr22 policy). The problem is New Hampshire requires this, and I live now in Massachusetts."
  1. Anonymous

    Ive just been through this terrible process, and can offer a few words of advice. Massachusetts has unique insurance laws, and the consequence is that many of the nationwide high-risk insurance providers that would normally handle this type of situation will not write policies in MA. Because this has become such a problem, the DOI has an initiative called "SR-22 Project" to help people find insurance companies. You will have 30 days from initial reinstatement (not from license issue) to file the SR-22 with NH, so get started immediately -- if it takes longer your new MA license will be suspended, you will have a harder time getting insurance, and you will have to pay another $100 reinstatement fee to MA. The information from the MA RMV was terribly outdated (2001), so this is your best starting point.

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