If your Rhode Island driverâ€™s license is suspended because of a DUI, you will be required to purchase SR22 insurance in order to get it reinstated.
When you purchase SR22 insurance, your insurance company will file an SR22 form with the DMV. This SR22 form proves to the State of Rhode Island that you are in fact insured. If your insurance is ever canceled, the SR22 policy requires your insurance company to notify the DMV. In short, an SR22 policy provides an easy way for the DMV to monitor you, and to make sure you stay insured.
Non-owner SR22 insurance is a type of SR22 insurance that is available to those drivers who do not own or have regular access to a vehicle, but want to get their driverâ€™s license reinstated.
If your DUI is a subsequent offense (meaning itâ€™s not your first time), you may be required to install an ignition interlock in your vehicle. You need to have â€œregular accessâ€ to a vehicle in order to fulfill this requirement. Therefore, as long as you have an ignition interlock, you will not qualify for non-owner SR22 insurance.
If, at the conclusion of your ignition interlock requirement, you no longer have regular access to a vehicle, you may want to explore the non-owner SR22 option.
A Rhode Island SR22 requirement usually lasts for three years. This is too long to pay more than you can afford.
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