Get court-ordered SR22 insurance for license reinstatement.

Court Ordered SR22 Insurance

What’s the difference between a court ordered SR22 judgment and a state ordered SR22? Both result in the same requirement for you to carry high-risk insurance. When a court orders someone to carry SR22 insurance, it usually involves more serious motor vehicle violations or other legal issues. A judge can assign an SR22 requirement whether the person owns a vehicle or does not own one.

A judge may direct you to obtain court ordered SR22 insurance at your hearing when you have a major traffic-related conviction. SR22 insurance, when court ordered, is also known as a mandatory insurance certificate.

Get cross-state SR22 insurance if you're moving out of state.

Cross-State SR22 Insurance

You may not realize that you can’t discontinue SR22 insurance if you move to another state. You’ll need to get a secondary cross-state SR22 insurance filing when you move until the original requirement expires. Every state honors the SR22 obligation of another, and will not issue a state driver’s license to you if you have an outstanding SR22 filing in another state.

You’ll need cross-state SR22 insurance if you have an active SR22 filing in your current state and relocate to another state. Did you know that