If you’ve gotten in trouble behind the wheel in Nevada, you could be ordered by the court to file for an SR-22. While it’s commonly called SR-22 insurance, an SR-22 isn’t insurance at all. Rather, it’s a document your insurance company files with the state to prove you’re covered by the minimum car insurance required to legally drive.
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