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Question:

If you are convicted of failing to maintain liability insurance or other proof of financial responsibility for each vehicle you own, you will be required to file proof of insurance (SR-22) with the DPS for the next

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If you are convicted of failing to maintain proof of financial responsibility on your vehicle, you may be fined up to $100, sentenced to jail for up to 30 days, or both. Your license will be suspended for between 30 days and one year. Finally, you will be required to file proof of insurance (SR-22) with the DPS for the next three years. Note: SR-22 insurance is considered insurance for high-risk drivers, so you should expect your insurance rates to be higher than usual. [Are You Insured?; Financial Responsibility; Revocation and Suspension of License; South Dakota Driver License Manual]