What is SR-22 in Steinhatchee, FL
To be clear, SR-22 insurance is not the same as auto insurance. It is a certificate submitted by your auto insurer to the government after you commit a serious moving violation. The SR-22 form certifies that you have enough car insurance to meet the state's minimum requirements. As a serious offense, insurance after a DUI can be expensive. Your auto insurance company can file the SR-22 form on your behalf.
If you need SR-22 insurance, you will receive a notification from the courts or the Georgia DMV. However, if you’re unsure, you can contact your local DMV office and ask about SR-22 requirements. Once you know you need the SR-22 form, contact us and ask ask about SR-22 insurance.
How long do I need an SR-22 in Georgia?
SR-22s are required by Georgia law to be valid for three years (this also applies to SR-22As). If you continue to have traffic violations, a judge may order that the SR-22 'clock' be reset, which means you'll have to start the three-year cycle all over again.