SR22 Insurance Rhode Island
The Rhode Island DMV eliminated the requirement of SR22 insurance Rhode Island for in-state license suspensions effective July 18, 2018. However, Rhode Island drivers with an out-of-state license suspension must purchase SR22 insurance from the state that requires it. If another state notifies the Rhode Island DMV of a resident’s SR22 requirement, the resident must prove that they have complied. If not, the driver’s Rhode Island driver’s license will be suspended.
Effective July 18, 2018, the Division of Motor Vehicles no longer requires drivers to carry SR22 insurance Rhode Island. Detailed information about Rhode Island license suspensions can be found on the Adjudication Office page of the Rhode Island DMV website.