Can I get a refund for an SR22 that I didn't actually need?
I just found out that I've been paying for an unnecessary SR22 for the last year. Can I get my money back? I'm based in Colorado.
That’s unfortunate, but there’s good news—you may qualify for a refund if you can prove to your car insurance company that the SR22 form was unnecessary.
To find out how you can provide proof and apply for a refund, contact your insurance company and the Colorado DMV.
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