Colorado SR22 Insurance Filing Information & Quotes

 

If you have a Colorado driver's license and it has been suspended or revoked because of a DUI or related offense, you are going to need to file an SR22 form in order to get your license reinstated. Breathe Easy Insurance Solutions is just the insurance company that can do that for you. 

How long do I need an SR22 in the state of Colorado? 

 

DUI Offense

Length of SR22

1st Offense DUI or Per Se with no other alcohol convictions or revocations

3 months

2nd Offense DUI or Per Se

3 years

3rd Offense DUI or Per Se

3 years

DUI or Per Se involving an accident

3 years

1st Offense Refusal to Submit

1 year

2nd Offense Refusal to Submit

3 years

3rd Offense Refusal to Submit

3 years

Refusal to Submit with any prior alcohol conviction

3 years

Refusal to Submit involving an accident

3 years

2nd Offense Under 21 Per Se

6 months

3rd Offense Under 21 Per Se

1 year

Under 21 DUI or DWAI

1 year

Under 21 DUI or DWAI involving an accident

3 years

2 alcohol violations within 5 years

3 years

3 alcohol violations in lifetime

3 years

 

 

How to Get an SR22 in Colorado?  Call us -

Getting your SR22 insurance doesn't have to be a long and complicated process. We can help you. We are the broker and we are partnered with the top SR22 insurance providers in the nation, which means that when you call us we will be able to quote you the lowest possible rate without you needing to go through the hassle of having to call numerous insurance carriers. To get started, simply go to - http://breatheeasyins.com/contact-us on our website and get a quote immediately. 

Do you want your Colorado Driver's License Reinstated?  Well if you do read below –

In order to reinstate your Colorado driver's license after a DUI suspension / revocation, you are going to need SR22 insurance, complete Application for Reinstatement, then mail your application, your SR22 form, and a $95 reinstatement fee to the DMV.

It can take 20 business days to process a reinstatement, so you will want to begin the process before your suspension / revocation period is over. The DMV will mail you a letter of clearance when your reinstatement is complete. You can then apply for a new license. You may need to retake your written, vision, and road tests.

If your BAC was 0.17 or higher, you will also be required to complete a Level II alcohol education and therapy course before reinstatement.