Certain motor vehicle offenses can result in suspension of your drivers license. If your license is suspended, the state will require you to file a certificate called SR22 insurance Illinois to reinstate your driving privileges.
What is SR22 insurance Illinois?
SR22 insurance Illinois is a financial responsibility form that’s endorsed to your auto insurance policy and filed with the Office of the Illinois Secretary of State. The filing allows you to continue driving, as long as you maintain minimum liability insurance coverage for a specific time period in the future. You’ll likely be required to keep it for three years. The policy will be monitored closely during this time. If it lapses even once, your insurance provider immediately notifies the Secretary of State’s office, resulting in your license being suspended again.
There are two types of SR22 insurance Illinois: Non Owner SR22 vs SR22 Insurance. 1. Vehicle owners will need an owner/owner-operator SR22 certificate endorsed to their auto insurance policy. 2. A non owner SR22 policy is for people who don’t own a vehicle. It is secondary insurance that covers you when driving a vehicle owned by another person. In this case the SR22 certificate is endorsed to a non-owner insurance policy. If you cause an accident while driving a borrowed vehicle, your insurance would pay claims that exceed the vehicle owner’s insurance coverage. Be aware that non owner insurance coverage excludes coverage for certain types of vehicles.
Common reasons people need an SR22 filing:
- Child support orders
- Legal judgments
- Driving without insurance
- Uninsured auto accidents
- Refusal to a breath or blood test
- DUI or DWI offenses
- An accumulation of too many points on their driving record
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This article was last updated on June 14th, 2019 by UltraCar Insurance