SR-22 Forms

If you’ve been convicted of DUI/DWI, you`ll be required to file an SR-22 form, or formal certificate of insurance. Because SR22 forms are only required after a drunk driving arrest, filing one with your insurance company is like sending up a red flag announcing your DUI / DWI. Fortunately, DUIAutoInsurance.com can help. We specialize in helping drivers just like you to find affordable car insurance after a DUI / DWI conviction. Simply contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote.

Only a qualified insurance agent can issue an SR22 form – not your defense lawyer or anyone else. Typically, your insurance agent will prepare the form for your signature and then send it directly to your state`s Department of Motor Vehicles.

You`ll need an SR-22 form to obtain car insurance once your driver`s license is reinstated or in order to receive a restricted license after a DUI / DWI conviction. Many drivers convicted of DUI / DWI mistakenly believe that they cannot obtain insurance with a restricted license, but this is untrue. In fact, you`re required to file an SR22 in order to be eligible for a restricted license to drive to work.

An SR-22 form serves as proof of financial responsibility after a DUI / DWI conviction. You`ll typically be required to maintain your SR22 filing for three years after a drunk driving conviction. You won`t need to resubmit the form during the three-year period unless you allow your insurance coverage to lapse. If your insurance policy is cancelled or becomes inactive for any reason, your insurance company is required by law to notify the DMV, and unless you obtain new insurance and file a new SR-22 form, your driver`s license will be suspended.

Filing an SR-22 form after a DUI / DWI conviction can be a daunting process, but DUIAutoInsurance.com is here to help. We`ll connect you with an insurance agent who can provide affordable coverage and file an SR22 on your behalf. Simply contact us today for a free, no-obligation quote and start the process of filing your SR-22 form and getting back behind the wheel.