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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Reinstatement - No Proof of Insurance (Multiple Convictions)

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  1. What are the requirements for reinstatement?
    1. You must have been suspended for 90 days to be eligible.
    2. Submit a payment by mail or in person, select for details of Reinstatement Fees and Payment Options.
      AND
    3. Present a Georgia Safety Responsibility Insurance Certificate (SR-22A) or a SR-22A. You may have your insurance company fax the documentation directly to DDS. Out of state SR-22 insurance policies must be presented with a receipt showing valid payment to the insurance company and proof of maintaining a policy with minimum Georgia coverage limits. You must maintain this coverage for three (3) years.
      OR
    4. Driver must maintain an SR-22/SR-22A "Non-Owners" Insurance Policy for 3 years from the conviction date. You will prepay in full each 6-months.
  2. What kind of insurance policy is required to reinstate a second or more 'No Insurance' suspension?

    An SR-22A insurance policy is required. A SR-22 insurance policy can also be accepted if it is marked "Paid In Full".

  3. Can a customer who does not own a vehicle reinstate a second (or more) 'No Insurance' suspension without having to purchase an insurance policy?

    No. All customers convicted of a second or more 'No Insurance' citation must purchase and maintain a SR-22A Insurance Policy. If a customer does not own a vehicle, they must purchase a SR-22A Non-Owner’s Insurance Policy, is still mandatory.

  4. What happens if my SR-22A Insurance Policy is cancelled during the three years I'm required to maintain it?

    Your insurance company will report your SR-22A Insurance Policy cancellation to DDS, this will result in the cancellation of your driver's license.

  5. Can I get a limited permit while suspended for a second or more 'No Insurance' violation?

    No.

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