UltraCar Insurance offers low rates on Vermont SR22 insurance from top insurance companies. We can obtain and file your SR22 insurance certificate with the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles in as little as 20 minutes. You can count on our knowledgeable agents to answer your questions and process an easy and accurate Vermont SR22 certificate filing.
Vermont SR22 insurance is auto insurance for high risk drivers. It is required by the state of Vermont to reinstate driving privileges following driver’s license suspension or revocation. SR22 insurance is a certificate of financial responsibility that’s added as a rider to a driver’s auto insurance policy. The Vermont SR22 insurance certificate is filed with the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles by your insurance provider, and serves as a guarantee to the DMV that you will keep the required amount of liability insurance in effect. Vermont requires drivers who have lost their license to maintain SR22 auto insurance for a period of three to five years. During this time, the insurance provider is required to report a lapse in coverage or termination of the motorist’s insurance policy through an SR26 filing. If the SR22 insurance lapses, the DMV will suspend the motorist’s driver’s license at once.
Vermont offers SR22 insurance to drivers who own a vehicle as well as to drivers who do not own a vehicle. Individuals who do not own a vehicle will be required to purchase non owner Vermont SR22 insurance to reinstate their license. See our Vermont Non Owner SR22 Insurance page for more information on non owner insurance options.
The state of Vermont requires all motorists to carry the following minimum liability insurance coverage:
More Information can be found at the Vermont DMV Website.
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The state of Vermont requires all vehicle owners to carry minimum auto liability insurance coverage. If a driver is pulled over or involved in an accident and fails to produce a current and valid insurance card, their driver’s license can be suspended. For license reinstatement after suspension, drivers are required to purchase SR22 insurance Vermont, which is considered high risk insurance.