Providing SR-22 Insurance in Springfield, Illinois
The Illinois Department of Motor Vehicles requires an SR-22 form be filed after an uninsured accident or conviction of a traffic offense. The filing of this form means that the state imposes mandatory insurance on your driver’s license. Without filing an SR-22, you could be without an official driver’s license, face fines or arrest from police, and be under heavier scrutiny by state government or your vehicle may be towed and you can be faced with expensive fines.
Let ALF Insurance help you prevent these unpleasant experiences by handling the tedious task of filing SR-22s for you. We have all the necessary licenses and requirements to write these policies and keep you and others safe on the road. We’ll explain the process in more detail and provide you with helpful steps to avoid any further action against your driving record. If you need more information about SR-22s, or are required to have one, please contact ALF Insurance and one of our professional insurance agents will assist you.
What Exactly is an SR-22 Form For?
An SR-22 filing is designed for drivers that have had a complicated driving history. Our agents at ALF Insurance know that driving records are never perfect, so let us give you piece of mind by filling an SR-22 out for you! In many instances if drivers have had their license suspended for:
then by law, they are required to have an SR-22 filing. This is required by the state of Illinois. We understand that every circumstance is specific if you have any questions on whether you are required to have an SR-22 contact the secretary of state and then call us for a quote.
Have you been convicted of a DUI? No problem, we can insure you. If you are required to have a restricted driving permit or a BAIID machine installed in your vehicle, we can insure you. When you call for a quote, please let us know if you have one or the other or even both so that we can make sure you are quoted with a company that will accept those restrictions.
Unfortunately, a DUI can stay on your record for up to 10 years, depending on the state you live in, before being removed. However, ALF Insurance is dedicated to creating a personalized plan to help you get the best rates possible, regardless of your driving record. Once the DUI has been removed from your record, then you will be able to receive much lower rates.