Drivers in Kansas need to keep their SR-22 certification active with the state for 1-3 consecutive years. In order to do so, drivers must maintain at least the minimum car insurance coverage required by Kansas law: bodily injury insurance of at least $25,000 per person and $50,000 per accident, plus $25,000 of coverage for property damage. You also need $25,000 per person / $50,000 per accident, as well as $4,500 of uninsured property coverage. If there is any lapse in coverage, the clock resets.
When you get SR-22 insurance coverage in Kansas, your insurance company files your SR-22 certification with the state on your behalf. Your insurer also notifies the state if you cancel your policy or allow it to lapse prematurely. You need to maintain your SR-22 even if you move from Kansas.
If you’re unable to afford your payments, contact your insurance agency before you miss a bill. You can request a different payment plan or get information about subsidized plans that may be more affordable.
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