DMV SR-22 filing
An SR-22 filing is considered "high risk".
SR-22 certification is required for the following convictions:
Unsatisfied judgements Uninsured motor vehicle suspension Failure to provide proof of insurance associated with insurance monitoring Falsifying insurance certification Driver license suspension as a result of a conviction for: Voluntary or involuntary manslaughter resulting from the operation of a motor vehicle. Perjury, making a false affidavit to DMV regarding the registration of motor vehicles, or making a false statement on any driver's license application. Any crime punishable as a felony under the motor vehicle law or any felony in the commission of which a motor vehicle is used. Failure of a driver of a motor vehicle, involved in an accident resulting in death or injury to another person, to stop and disclose his identity at the scene of the accident.
Operating or permitting the operation, for a second time, of a passenger automobile for transportation of passengers for rent or for hire, without a license.
Severe penalties are imposed for not complying with insurance requirements. If liability insurance coverage on a vehicle terminates or cancels during the registration period, you must reinsure the vehicle, pay the uninsured motor vehicle fee, temporarily deactivate your license plates, or permanently surrender the license plates to DMV.
Vehicle owners who are uninsured or have not paid the UMV fee will have their driving and vehicle registration privileges suspended. To be reinstated, they must pay a $600 noncompliance fee, file a Financial Responsibility Insurance Certificate (SR-22) with DMV for three years, and pay a reinstatement fee, if applicable.