When is an SR-22 needed, and under what conditions? How long are they needed? These answers vary from state to state.
The following list contains specific rules and regulations for those needing SR-22 insurance and interlock ignition requirements/guidelines for all 50 states. For the few states that do not require either of these, we have linked to their general DUI (OWI/DWI) and related SR-22 policies. The main purpose is to help identify when such actions are needed, and what the general process for obtaining them are. This is especially suited for those who are moving across state lines and need to quickly find the resource for their new state, such as legal information, or even just getting a new sr22 insurance quote, as most states require drivers to transfer their SR-22 with them. Regulations vary greatly between states. For example, as of 2007, California SR22 insurance laws require that the reporting period for DUI offenses be extended from 7 to 10 years for all public requestors.