What is an SR22?

An SR22 is a certificate of insurance we send to the Texas DPS as proof of required minimum financial responsibility. We also notify the Texas DPS of any cancellations or terminations.
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Why do I need an SR22?

Once you have had a serious traffic violation resulting in a license suspension, The State of Texas will require proof of minimum liability insurance. The SR22 is proof of this.

You might also need an SR22 if you have had:

No Insurance Tickets,
An At-fault accident while driving without insurance,
Excessive traffic tickets in a short period of time, or
A Suspended, Invalid or Revoked drivers license.
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How long is the SR22 needed?

The SR22 is required for your Occupational Drivers License which is typically anywhere from 3 to 6 months. Additionally, you may need the SR22 for 2 years from the date of your conviction.
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How much does an SR22 cost?

Your SR22 cost will be based on your age, gender and zip code.
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How do I apply for an SR22?

You can apply for an SR22 on our fast, simple and secure online application.
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How do I file an SR22 with the Texas DPS?

We will electronically send your SR22 to the Texas DPS. However, you are welcome to send your own copy for confirmation.
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How do I print my SR22 certificate?

There are three ways to print your SR22 certificate:

You will be able to print your SR22 as soon as the policy is purchased,
We will also email you a copy of the SR22 immediately, and
You will be able to log in to your account to manage your SR22 policy.
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If I move out of state, do I still need my Texas SR22?

Yes. Your SR22 requirement needs to be competed in Texas before you can apply for a driver's license in another State. If the SR22 is cancelled before your requirement has been satisfied, the State may re-suspend your driver's license.
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What is an SR22A?

The SR22A is a form showing proof that the non-owner SR22 policy has been paid in full for 6 months. This may be required by a court due to your driver's license revocation.
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Texas Department of Public Safety

Texas DPS Phone Number: 512-424-2600
Texas DPS EMail: driver.improvement@dps.texas.gov
Texas DPS Site: dps.texas.gov
Texas DPS Headquarters:
5805 North Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78752-4431