Where can I find a SR 22 form?

If you have been in an accident, convicted of a DUI, or received a citation for driving with a suspended license, your state might require you to file an SR 22 form. You might also be required to file SR 22 if you were previously unable to present proof of insurance while driving.

The function of SR22 is to act as proof of meeting the minimum liability insurance requirements in your state.

Obtaining the SR22 Form

You can obtain an SR22 form by visiting your local DMV office or by contacting your current auto insurance company. In some states, you might be able download the form from the DMV website.

SR22: Car Insurance?

This can be confusing.

It its truest sense, SR22 isn’t exactly a type of car insurance; when you hear the term “SR22 insurance,” know that it refers more to a category of folk who merit high risk insurance rather than the coverage itself.

If you are currently insured, contact your insurance company for an SR22 insurance quote. You can also obtain and compare quotes online, or by contacting the Insurance Department in your state.

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