Obtaining Sr-22 insurance is a quick and simple process. All you have to do is contact an Insurance Navy agent and ask for an SR22 certificate. You can do this at your nearest Insurance Navy office, over the phone, online or through our mobile app. The agent will submit a request for an SR-22 through the Secretary of State’s office the same day.
SR-22 documents are granted on a yearly basis. A certificate of financial responsibility requires a down payment. You can also finance it into 9 monthly payments.
If you need to cancel an SR22, call the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) to make sure your requirement is over. If it is, contact an Insurance Navy agent. The agent will file paperwork with the DMV to cancel the SR22 filing.
The most common reasons for filing financial responsibility certificates are:
- DUI/DWI convictions
- Driving uninsured
- Driving without a drivers license
- A revoked or suspended license
Do you need more information about carrying SR-22 insurance, SR-22 filing fees, or liability limits? Our insurance agents and customer service representatives are here to help with your car insurance company needs.
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