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No, North Carolina does not require SR-22 insurance. Even though North Carolina does not have an SR-22 requirement, drivers in the state should still expect their insurance rates to go up if they’re convicted of a serious driving-related offense. For example, premiums in North Carolina go up by an average of 278% after a DUI conviction.
Unlike North Carolina, many states require drivers to file an SR-22 form with the DMV in order to verify that they meet the state’s minimum insurance coverage requirements after being convicted of a major moving violation like DUI. North Carolina is one of 12 states without such a requirement.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to SR-22 insurance.
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