Do you need an SR22 NC? I talk to a lot of people every day that think you need this form for a dui conviction in North Carolina.
An SR-22 is a DMV-required document that shows proof of financial responsibility issued by the insurance company. It can be issued upon repeating traffic offenders, as well as those who are caught driving without insurance or convicted of a DUI/DWI.
SR22 is sometimes called an SR22 filing, SR22 form or SR22 insurance.
Expect up to 3-5 years with your SR-22. You can drive legally once you carry continuous liability coverage for that period of time. If your policy lapses or cancels during this time, however, your insurance company will have to notify the state, and your license will be suspended.
SR-22’s are state-specific. If you were to move from Maine to New York, for example, you must continue to fulfill Maine’s SR-22 requirements, even though you no longer reside there.
Also, if you were to move to another state, the liability requirements of your new insurance policy must match the requirements of your former state. All states have SR-22 requirements, except for Delaware, Kentucky, Minnesota, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, New York, and North Carolina.
If you were convicted of a dwi in North Carolina, you DO NOT need an SR22 filing as this is not a required form for North Carolina.
What you will need is a dl123 form in order to get a limited privilege license or to have your license reinstated after you have completed all the steps required. Your attorney will normally ask you to provide this form.
We can issue you a dl123 form same day. We can also issue sr22 filings for the states of South Carolina and Florida.