Who needs an SR-22 according to state laws?

According to state laws, individuals who may require an SR-22 typically fall into categories such as those convicted of driving under the influence, driving while intoxicated, having serious or repeat traffic violations, being at fault in an accident without insurance, or experiencing license suspension or revocation. These specific circumstances often necessitate the filing of an SR-22 form by the individual’s insurance provider to the state department. It’s important to note that the need for an SR-22 and associated surcharges on auto insurance may vary by state regulations.