Need An SR-22 To Reinstate Your License? We Can Help In A Hurry!
Have you had driving-related infractions and now can’t find an insurer willing to cover you? F.A Peabody understands that legal troubles in the past can make auto insurance seem unattainable. Fortunately, our agents can provide all the paperwork you need to get back to being protected.
SR-22 (vehicle liability insurance) is a certificate that shows proof of vehicle liability insurance and is usually required by the Maine Department of Motor Vehicles. Filing this document is part of the state requirements for what are considered “High Risk” insurance policies, where drivers have had certain issues in the past. Our agents have years of experience in this area and will get the form filed as soon as possible so you can get back on the road and on with your life.
The Insurance You Deserve, No Matter What’s Happened In The Past
An SR-22 document may be required by the Maine Department of Vehicles to reinstate a motorist’s driving privileges for several reasons, including:
- DWI , DUI, or OUI
- Involvement in a motor vehicle accident when the driver was uninsured
- Driving while license suspended
- Improper conduct after an accident
- Repeat traffic offenses, especially within a short period of time
- Suspended or revoked license
- Leaving the scene of an accident
- Second offense of reckless operation
An SR–22 form shows that the driver has met the proof of financial responsibility required by the state for reinstatement of their driver’s license. The drivers report will state that “proof of financial responsibility is required” where an SR-22 is mandatory for driving.
If you don’t want your driving history to hold you back any longer, stop by one of F.A. Peabody’s eight Maine locations, call us at 877-960-1457 or get a free quote by filling out our web form above.