South Carolina SR22 Insurance Information
The state of South Carolina uses the SR22 form to help protect its citizens against problem drivers by monitoring their insurance. It requires the auto insurance company to file the SR22 form as a proof of a problem driver’s financial responsibility, stating that his/her auto insurance liability is in effect. The state does not send notifications and it is the responsibility of the driver and the auto insurance company to submit the form as well as the renewals, to the state, if required.
How fast can we file your paperwork?
We can bind your South Carolina SR22 policy and file your South Carolina SR22 paperwork immediately. While the documents may not show up in the State’s computer system for up to 72 hours, we provide you with an FR44 or SR22 certificate within 30 minutes via email. We can even fax your paperwork directly to the appropriate DMV.
An amount of up to $50,000 in cash or securities may be deposited with the State Treasurer in place of the SR22. The motorist can also file a surety bond or a real estate bond approved by a court of record.