How will I know if I still need an SR-22?
How do I know if an SR-22 endorsement is still required? I've had an SR-22 for almost a year now. I was told by a family member that the state will eventually drop this requirement, typically after about a year.
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Answered on Jul 19, 2021
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“Some states will send you a letter notifying you that you no longer need an SR-22.
However, this isn’t the case everywhere. Your best bet is to contact your local DMV or the Secretary of State’s Office to see when they’re going to drop the requirement or if they already have.
You should also contact your car insurance company and see if you qualify for better rates.”
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