What Is It?
An SR22 is a document filed with the DMV that shows proof of financial responsibility. ( Basically, it's a document that is attached to your auto insurance policy and DMV tracks this to make sure you keep an active auto insurance policy at all times. ) You’ll need an SR22 if you committed a major violation while driving, and you’ll be required to carry the SR22 for a specified amount of time depending on your situation and what the court has order or what DMV requires. Once you properly fulfill the SR22 time period (normally 3 years); you will be able to end the SR22 filing and you won't need the SR22 filing with DMV anymore.
You May Need An SR22 Auto Insurance Policy If One Of The Following Has Occurred:
-You were involved in a DUI, DWI or any major moving violation.
-You were at-fault for an accident while driving without carrying auto insurance.
-Your license has a suspension or has been revoked by DMV or the courts.
How Long Will You Need An SR22?
An SR22 will most likely be required for three years or more. You will need to carry continuous auto insurance coverage during the specified period of time before the SR22 should be removed or will not be required by DMV anymore. If your policy should lapse or is canceled for any reason, the auto insurance company is required to notify the DMV and your license may be suspended at that point.
Possible Ways To File Your SR22 with SR22 Savings!
1) We can attach the SR22 to a new auto insurance policy for you if you own a car or a car is registered in your name.
2) We can file the SR22 separately from your current auto insurance policy that you may have with a different carrier or company.
3) We can issue an out-of-state SR22 filing if needed to most states in the USA.
4) If you do not have a vehicle registered in your name but want to get your license back you can get a Non-Owners SR22 policy.