Why Do I Need an Indiana SR22 Form?
SR22 or SR-22 is a document registered with the state of Indiana that verifies that an individual has automobile insurance. SR stands for “safety responsibility.” An SR22 in Indiana is required when a driver reinstates his or her license after being previously convicted of a DUI, driving without insurance, reckless driving, or any other violation that results in a suspension. Typically, Indiana SR22 forms are required for a certain amount of time following a driving-related conviction. Indiana drivers are usually required to hold an SR22 for 5 years and in the situation that a driver fails to pay insurance premiums during this time period, an SR26 is then required to` be filed with an Indiana DMV.
Indiana’s Insurance Coverage Requirements
|$25,000||Maximum amount per person paid for bodily injury injuries.|
|$50,000||Total amount paid by the policy for all bodily injury to all persons. If several people are injured, those who file first would receive payment as defined above. Once the total payment is reached, the remaining parties must pursue the policyholder for sums over these defined amounts.|
|$10,000||Total amount paid for property damage.|
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