Frequently Asked Questions
We hope your questions are answered in our FAQ section. If not please feel free to contact us by email or call us at (216) 382-0050 or Toll Free (800) 260-8866.
What is an sr22?An SR22 is a filing that an insurance company sends electronically to the state of Ohio as verification that you have at least the state minimum of amount of liability.
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What is a bond?A bond represents the liability portion of the SR22 bond. The total amount of liability covered by an SR-22 bond is $75,000. This breaks downs to cover $25,000 for any one person injured or $50,000 for any two people injured and $25,000 for property damage liability caused in an accident where you are found to be at fault.
Is a bond the same as an insurance policy? NO! A policy can provide additional coverage such as uninsured motorist or physical damage for your vehicle. The bond DOES NOT. The bond strictly provides the state minimum of liability for damages you cause to the specified limit.
Why should I buy insurance from SR22 Bond of Ohio?Our staff has over 30 years combined experience in bond writing. Our office has an A+ Rating with the Better Business Bureau. We use more than six insurance companies to shop your bond to make sure you get the lowest price possible.
How fast can I get an SR-22 Bonds?Your bond can be issued within 10 minutes and processed through to the State of Ohio within 24 hours.
What are your office hours?Our office hours are from 10AM until 4PM Monday thru Friday. If our hours do not suit your needs, please let us know and we will make arrangements to come in earlier or stay later as needed. In some instances we can conduct business on the telephone or via facsimile.
How do I get to your office?Please visit our Contact Us Page for a Map and driving directions to our office.
What kind of payments do you accept? We accept Master card and Visa Credit cards and debit cards. We also accept a electronic check from a checking account. If for any reason the down payment is returned the bond is null and void.