Last updated on November 25, 2019 at 11:04 am
If you’ve never heard of an SR-22, congratulations – you’re probably a safe and responsible driver! An SR-22 is a document that demonstrates proof of sufficient auto insurance coverage.
Drivers convicted of certain traffic violations are required to carry this document.
For example, someone convicted of a DUI would likely be required to obtain an SR-22 before he or she is allowed to drive again. Or, as our video suggests, a police bird who catches a bear buzzin’ on too much honey might mandate an SR-22. Watch this video before you think we’re completely crazy.
For more information on how to file an SR-22 and any associated filing costs, visit our glossary. As always, for those insurance enthusiasts out there, remember to watch and share our animated auto insurance terms and definitions with your friends and family.
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