- What is SR22 insurance?
SR-22 insurance is a type of car insurance that is often required by the state for high-risk drivers who have had their license suspended or revoked due to certain traffic offenses, such as reckless driving or driving under the influence (DUI).
- Do I need SR22 insurance?
If you have had your driver’s license suspended or revoked due to certain traffic offenses, such as reckless driving or driving under the influence (DUI).and are required to provide evidence of financial responsibility to have your driving privileges reinstated.
- How do I get SR22 insurance?
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- How long do I need SR22 insurance?
Typically, if you are required to have SR-22 insurance in Wisconsin, you will be required to maintain it for a period of three years from the date that your driving privileges are reinstated. However, this can vary depending on the specific circumstances of your case. For example, you may be required to maintain SR-22 insurance for a longer period of time if you have multiple traffic offenses on your record.
- What happens if I don’t have SR22 insurance?
If you are required to have SR-22 insurance and you do not have it, your insurance company will be required to notify the state, and your driving privileges may be suspended or revoked. You may also be subject to fines and other penalties.
- Can I get SR22 insurance if I have a DUI?
Yes, you may be able to get SR-22 insurance if you have a DUI (driving under the influence). SR-22 insurance, also known as a certificate of financial responsibility
- Can I get SR22 insurance if I don’t own a car?
If you do not own a car but are required to have SR-22 insurance, you can obtain a non-owner SR-22 insurance policy. A non-owner SR-22 insurance policy provides liability coverage for situations in which you are driving a car that you do not own. This type of policy is often used by individuals who do not own a car but still need to meet the financial responsibility requirements of their state, such as those who have had their license suspended or revoked.