An SR-22 isn’t actually auto insurance. SR-22 is a form your insurance company sends to the state’s DMV showing that you carry the minimum required Liability coverage.
Typically, an SR-22 is filed with the state for 3 years.
Uninsured at-fault accident
Lapse in car insurance
If you’re required to have an SR-22 and choose not to file one with your insurance company, you could lose your license and vehicle registration. You may also be required to carry an SR-22 longer than the original term.
You need to maintain the minimum Liability coverage required by your state while you have an SR-22. If there is a lapse or cancellation in your insurance coverage, the same penalties may apply. Plus, driving without insurance can lead to further legal issues.
Each state has its own SR-22 and car insurance rules. Click on your state below to learn more.
Don’t see your state listed here? Root is not available in all states yet, but we’re working on bringing fair car insurance to everyone in the US.
Root customers can get an SR-22 through the app by tapping Policy & Payments > Auto Policy > Document Requests > SR-22. We will send the paperwork to the state for you. It could take a couple weeks for the state to receive the paperwork. Your SR-22 begins on your policy start date, or the day an SR-22 driver is added to your policy.
Not a Root customer? Get a quote from us and download the Root app. Since we base rates primarily on how you drive instead of demographics, good drivers can save up to 52% on their auto insurance. That means you could get cheaper car insurance with Root compared to other insurance companies, even with an SR-22.Get a quote