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Individuals can lose their driving privileges for a number of reasons, including a DUI conviction, driving without the proper amount of insurance, uninsured accidents, too many points against their driving record, a child support or neglect case, a legal judgment or other motor vehicle offenses. The first step for a driver seeking license reinstatement is to secure a Nevada SR22 insurance filing through a licensed agent who submits it to the Nevada DMV.
Nevada SR22 insurance is a certificate of financial responsibility that’s attached as a rider to a driver’s auto insurance policy. When SR22 insurance is purchased, the driver’s insurance provider will complete an SR22 filing with the Nevada DMV to achieve reinstatement. Thereafter, for a period of three to five years, the SR22 policy is monitored to verify it remains in effect for the duration of the time period required by the state. The purpose of a Nevada SR22 insurance filing is to guarantee the state that a driver is properly insured, and remains properly insured for the assigned time period. If the SR22 policy is allowed to lapse, expire or be canceled, the insurance provider will alert the DMV through an SR26 filing, and the DMV will revoke the driver’s license again.
Nevada SR22 insurance is liability insurance that can be written for drivers who have a vehicle registered in their name (SR22 owner insurance), as well as for drivers who do not own a registered vehicle (SR22 non owner insurance). For more information, see Nevada Non Owner SR22.
The state of Nevada requires drivers to carry the following minimum liability insurance coverage. Higher amounts can be purchased.
More Information can be found at the Nevada DMV Website.
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The Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles maintains records for all Nevada drivers. Violations of motor vehicle laws are recorded on an individual’s DMV record. For example, if a driver accumulates too many points on their Nevada DMV record or commits a major offense such as DUI, the result will be suspension of their license. To be eligible for Nevadalicense reinstatement, individuals who do not own a vehicle will need to purchase Nevada non owner SR22 insurance.