If your Nebraska driver's license has been suspended or revoked, you will need to prove to the State of Nebraska that you are insured. This proof must be in the form of an SR22 form. (Click here to see a sample SR22 form.)
When you purchase an SR22 insurance policy, your insurance company will provide you with this form. This form must then be hand delivered, snail mailed, or electronically submitted by your insurance company or yourself to the Department of Motor Vehicles. The DMV will not accept faxed SR22 forms. If you do not live in Nebraska, but are required to file an SR22 in Nebraska, your SR22 form must be submitted directly from the home office of your insurance company.
The SR22 form that you submit must be an original. The DMV will not accept photo copies.
Your SR22 policy must cover all the vehicles that you own. If you do not own a vehicle, you will need to purchase a non-owner or operator SR22 policy.
A Nebraska DUI SR22 requirement lasts for 3 years from the date that you are eligible for driverâ€™s license reinstatement. This requirement stands even if you move to another state.
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To get your Nebraska driver's license back after a DUI, you need to:
As of January 1, 2012, Nebraska allows DUI offenders to waive their right to an Administrative hearing and apply for an Ignition Interlock Permit (IIP) instead. (You will still need SR22 insurance before you can apply for an IIP.)
If this is your first offense, you can apply for an IIP immediately, and will be restricted to interlock driving for 6 months.
If this is a subsequent offense, you can apply for an IIP after 45 days of suspension, and will be restricted to interlock driving for 1 year.
If you refused to submit to a blood alcohol test, you can apply for an IIP after 90 days of suspension, and will be restricted to interlock driving for 1 year.
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Still have questions? Call the Financial Responsibility Division directly at 402-471-3985. You can also use the DMV's online email form.
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