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Frequently Asked Questions :
What is an SR22?
If you have a less-than-perfect driving record, your state may require you to have an SR22. An SR22 is a Certificate of Financial Responsibility (CFR) provided through your car insurance company confirming that you meet your state’s minimum car insurance requirements. The SR22 is not an insurance policy; rather, it is evidence that you have insurance coverage.
Who needs an SR22?
SR22s may be required for drivers with the following violations:
- DUI or DWI
- Reckless driving
- At-fault accidents
- Driving without insurance
- Driving with a suspended license
What types of SR22 forms are there?
There are three types:
- Operator – An Operators Form is designed for those who borrow or rent a car, but do not own a car. This is sometimes called non-owner car insurance.
- Owner – An Owners Form is for those who own and drive their own car.
- Operator/Owner – An Operators/Owners Form is a combination form that applies to those who own their own car, but also borrow or rent occasionally.
What information do I need for an SR22?
Required information generally includes:
- Name, Home Address, Drivers License Number
- Contact Info
- Automobile Information ( if applicaple )
How long does an SR22 last?
Most states require SR22s along with your insurance policy for approximately three years. This may vary by state or by circumstances, so be sure to check on your state’s requirements.
What happens if my SR22 expires?
If your SR22 expires, your insurance company may be required to contact the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). This could result in loss of license or, depending on your state of residence, other consequences.
How long does it take to get an SR22?
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Truckee, CA 96161
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