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SR-22 Insurance

Many states require DUI offenders to maintain SR-22 insurance certification, typically for up to three years. If insurance coverage lapses or is canceled, the insurer will notify the state, which in turn will suspend your license. Although Minnesota does not require the SR-22 form, it will remain an issue if you move from a state that does require it. You are required to maintain the SR-22 requirements of the state where your DUI offense was committed. Once the three-year probationary period is over, you will no longer be required to maintain SR-22 certification and can drop it. When the SR-22 expires, the insurer will issue the SR-26 form to certify that.