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Alaska SR-22 Auto Insurance

SR22 is a document often required by a state’s Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) proving that a driver is carrying the state’s required minimum amount of vehicle liability insurance.

SR22s are typically needed for a driver to reinstate their driving privileges after an offense such as a DUI conviction or uninsured auto accident. Drivers who do not own a vehicle but still wish to reinstate their driving privileges may need to provide non-owner SR22 policy. Once an SR22 expires or is cancelled, the insurance company will issue an SR-26 certifying the cancelation of the policy.

All vehicles in Alaska must carry a minimum liability insurance policy. An Alaska driver who has had their license suspended for most reasons could be required to provide an SR22 filing for 3 years from the date of reinstatement.

Six states - Delaware, Kentucky, Minnesota, New Mexico, Oklahoma and Pennsylvania – do not require SR22 insurance. If a driver is required to carry SR22 and he or she moves to one of these six states, they must still continue to meet the requirements legally mandated by their former state.

If you are convicted of an Alaska DUI offense or refuse to submit to a chemical test, you would have to have an SR22 policy for five years for a first offense, 10 years for a second, and 20 for a third, from the date of reinstatement.