How long do you have to keep an SR-22 if you live in Florida?

How long do I have to keep an SR-22 in Florida? I got a DUI in Florida, but I'm ready to have my license reinstated. I'll have to get an SR-22 to do so.

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Eric Schad
Answered on Jul 20, 2021
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“Before getting into the timeframe, just know that an SR-22 is actually called an FR44 in Florida.
Now that you’ve made that distinction, you will have to keep an FR44 for three years after your license is reinstated. You’ll get a letter from the State of Florida that will let you know when this period actually begins.”

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