How long do I have to keep an SR-22 if I'm from Missouri?

I know I'll have to get an SR-22 to get car insurance, but how long do I need an SR-22 for in Missouri? I got a DUI about a year ago and my license is scheduled to be reinstated soon.

“In Missouri, you’ll need to keep an SR-22 for a minimum of two years.
Once you’ve obtained the SR-22, you’re then good to go as far as insurance.
Remember that if you’re accident-prone, you may want to get full coverage auto insurance instead of going with liability coverage after you get the SR-22.
It will be more expensive, but it might be worth the expenditure.”
Eric Schad
Answered on Jul 20, 2021
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