What should I do if I don't need an SR-22 anymore?

What are the next steps I should take? I recently received a letter in the mail that says I don't need an SR-22 endorsement any more.

Eric Schad · Answered on Jun 15, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
“If you don’t need an SR-22 endorsement anymore or the state drops the requirement, make your first call to your car insurance company.
Most of the time, the insurer will cancel your SR-22 policy (not always) and provide you with a new policy on the spot.
The good news is that this policy is often far less expensive for the same coverage.
If you’re not happy with your insurance company, then make sure to shop around on Jerry to compare the best rates from dozens of insurance companies.”
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