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

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


  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. 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.

  4. 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.
    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.
    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.
  5. 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.