What Is SR22?

What is SR22?

What is SR22? It’s a high-risk insurance certificate you file with your state DMV to reinstate your driver’s license. However, before filing a certificate, you’ll need to complete all state requirements to be eligible for reinstatement. An insurance provider attaches the certificate to an auto insurance policy or a non owner insurance policy. Once the filing is processed, you can legally drive again, as long as your SR22 policy stays current. If your policy lapses before you complete your SR22 requirement, the state will suspend your license again.

What is SR22? Part of the license reinstatement process requires that you have a licensed insurance provider file an SR22 form with your state DMV. SR22 is also called a certificate of insurance or financial responsibility form.