Often times our customers ask us for information and assistance in reinstating a suspended license. Our office has the knowledge to help you determine why your license is suspended and the actions needed to reinstate your license. We offer immediate SR22 filings, and can assist you in paying your reinstatement fees.

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about reinstatement:

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You could face a $1,000 reinstatement fee and be required to file a SR-22 certificate of compliance for five years. Driver's license suspended for at least 90 days. Driver's license suspended for one year; registration can also be suspended for one year.
What is an sr22 in Indiana?
If your driving privileges are suspended upon conviction of certain court-related offenses, or for insurance violations, Indiana law may require you to hold SR22 insurance. Your insurance provider must electronically file proof of future financial responsibility with a SR22 form for you to be reinstated.
How long do you have to have a SR22?
Most states require drivers to carry SR-22 insurance for 3 years. In that time, continuous coverage must be maintained. If there is an insurance lapse or cancellation, your car insurance company is legally obligated to notify the BMV and your license will be suspended.