After a DUI conviction, one of the major concerns is what impact the sentencing has on the auto insurance. In Nevada, you must file an “SR 22” with DMV before you can legally drive after a suspension. Your auto insurance company will most likely consider you a high-risk driver and increase your premium.
An SR-22 insurance is a document you get from your car insurance company and is then filed with the DMV. It lets them know you have enough liability coverage. You need to file a SR-22 for a license reinstatement whether you own a car or not. A cancellation of your car insurance means a re-suspension of your license until another SR-22 is filed.
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