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What is Nebraska SR22 Insurance?

A Nebraska SR22 is a form filed with the DMV showing that a driver maintains adequate financial responsibility for any damages that may be incurred during the operation of a motor vehicle. Keeping the minimum insurance requirements on the vehicle does this.

Who Needs SR22 Insurance in Nebraska?

The State of Nebraska mandates that any driver that has had their license suspended for any reason must have a Nebraska SR-22 auto insurance form on file. Drivers that fail to keep their insurance policy current are also required to file one. Additionally, a driver that has not met all the expenses from a previous car accident due to underinsurance must keep a Nebraska SR-22 car insurance form on file.

Are There Different Types of Nebraska SR22 Forms?

Yes, you may have an Operator’s Certificate, an Owner’s Certificate, or an Operators-Owner’s Certificate depending on whether you own one or several cars or none at all.

Is SR22 Car Insurance Required in Nebraska?

If you fall into one of the categories that require a Nebraska SR-22 auto insurance form you will be required to maintain one on file for three years. To be sure you are compliant with the minimum insurance requirement you must at all times maintain at least $25,000 for injuries to one person, $50,000 for injuries to more than one person in any one accident, and $25,000 for damage to property that is not yours. There is no option to having a Nebraska SR-22 car insurance form. The form must be filled out and sent directly from your insurance company, the DMV will not accept a faxed or photocopy of the Nebraska SR-22 car insurance form.

How Do I File a Nebraska SR22 Insurance Form?

To file a Nebraska SR22 auto insurance form you will need to request one from your insurance provider. Most insurance companies will ask if one is needed when you first apply for insurance. The company will fill out the form and send it by mail to the DMV. There will be an additional charge to your insurance policy for this. To find out how much extra it will cost you to have NE SR22 insurance, fill in your information.

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