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How to File the SR-22 Insurance Form

WHAT IS AN SR-22 FORM?

There are two different types of SR-22 forms:

  1. The Operator's Certificate covers the financial responsibility in the case the motorist does not own a vehicle.
  2. The Owner's Certificate covers the financial responsibility for vehicles owned by the motorist.

WHEN IS SR-22 REQUIRED?

The SR-22 financial responsibility Insurance form is required in the following cases:

  1. If you have any safety responsibility suspensions. For example, if an uninsured driver was involved in an accident in the past but did not pay the requisite compensation then he or she needs to fill the SR-22.
  2. If you have any unsatisfied judgment suspensions. For example, if a driver involved in an accident in the past has an unsatisfactory judgment entered against him then he or she needs to fill the SR-22.
  3. In case of revocations of license.
  4. In the case of mandatory insurance supervisions.
  5. For individuals who are considered ‘high risk' drivers by the State for their reckless driving, driving without insurance and other driving violations which have led to too many points under the point system.

FILING FOR THE SR-22

  1. Contact a state-authorized insurance agency to request for a SR-22 filing.
  2. Pay the correct processing fee to the agency. The fee amount may vary between agencies. You can request an insurance quote from our Arizona auto insurance page and companies such as Esurance will allow you to request an SR-22 filing automatically.
  3. As per the State laws of Arizona, the minimum amount of coverage should be $15,000 for one person killed or injured, $30,000 for two or more persons killed or injured and $10,000 for property damage.
  4. Upon receiving the request from the agent the central office then sends the SR-22 directly to the Secretary of State's office in Phoenix.
  5. If accepted, you will receive the SR-22 from the agency along with a letter from the Secretary of State.
  6. The SR-22 has to be maintained for a minimum period of 36 months. If the motorist does not renew it before the expiration date the agency notifies the State. The State may then suspend the driving record of the motorist until the insurance is reinstated. So it is advisable to renew the SR-22 in advance.

ORIGINAL SOURCE - DMV.COM

 

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