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What is SR22 insurance?

SR22s are a must-have for those looking to get their driving privileges back. It’s a way to prove to the state that you have the necessary vehicle insurance coverage. COFR is another name for this type of insurance, but it’s important to remember that it’s not a type of car insurance. The SR22 is a form of proof of insurance that your insurance company provides to the state.

In a nutshell, the SR22 is a way to show the state that you have the right coverage and can drive again. It’s sometimes referred to as SR22 insurance, but it’s not auto insurance. This document is proof of your insurance policy, and it’s given to the state by your insurance company.

To meet the requirements of your state, you need to keep both your SR22 and auto insurance policy active for a period of three years. If your insurance policy lapses, your insurer is legally obligated to tell the DMV. If this happens, your license will be suspended until you reinstate your insurance. Once you’ve fulfilled your SR22 obligations for the designated amount of time, your SR22 status will be removed.