Non-Owner SR-22 Coverage

Persons who have been convicted of DWI may be required to carry proof of financial responsibility before they are able to regain their driving privileges. In order to reinstate their drivers’ license, people will usually have to establish an SR-22 insurance policy that meets government-mandated coverage requirements. While many people understand that SR-22 coverage is important for vehicle owners, non-owners who have had their driving privileges revoked may be able to reinstate their licenses by obtaining non-owners’ SR-22 coverage.

Individuals who have been charged with DWI often find that there are restrictions and heavy penalties to deal with if they are convicted. If you or someone you love has been charged with DWI, contact Dallas DWI attorney Mark T. Lassiter at (214) 845-7007 today.

Establishing Non-Owner’s Coverage

Even if they do not own a vehicle, individuals may find it necessary to have their driving privileges reinstated following a DWI arrest. Individuals may be able to establish non-owner’s coverage by:

  • Contacting insurance companies to find out if they provide SR-22 coverage
  • Filling out the state-required SR-22 coverage forms
  • Paying any required fees
  • Filing the SR22 form with the state Department of Motorized Vehicles (or having the insurance company file it)
  • Applying for reinstatement of your driving privileges with the proof of SR-22 coverage

People may be required to carry SR-22 coverage for a specific period of time, typically for a period of three years following the date their driver’s license was reinstated.

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For assistance with your DWI case, contact Dallas DWI lawyer Mark T. Lassiter at (214) 845-7007 today.


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