Your SR22 Insurance Resource
What IS an SR-22?
An SR-22 shows that you will be financially responsible while operating a vehicle and is usually required if you have been convicted of a DUI or DWI. Generally, you will be required to possess it for a few years, after which point, it is no longer necessary.
Who Needs to Carry an SR-22?
- If you have had a DUI or DWI.
- Guilty of some major moving violations
- If you were at fault for an accident and did not have insurance at the time
- Getting several tickets close together
- If your license has been suspended
- If your license has been revoked
How Long Will I Have an SR-22?
3 years is typical. During this time, you must continuously carry SR22 insurance
. If you fail to maintain your insurance, your SR22 insurance company is legally required to notify your state, and your license will be suspended. Since every state has different SR-22 laws, you may also want to check with our agents for additional information.
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Various Forms of the SR-22!
There are typically 3 forms of the SR-22 that can be issued by a particular state. It is therefore important to get the proper type after having been issued a SR-22 form:
- Operator’s Certificate: This type of policy will cover the motorist in the operation of any vehicle, even if not owned by the driver. If a driver does not own a car, he or she would be covered with this type of certificate.
- Owner’s Certificate: This type of policy covers all vehicles owned by the driver. The vehicle must either be listed on the SR-22 or be issued as “all owned vehicles” in order to be compliant.
- Operators-Owners Certificate: This type of certificate covers all vehicles – owned or not by the driver and is therefore the most comprehensive of the three types of SR-22 certificates.