Getting around an SR 22 requirement is not advisable, as it is a legal requirement in many states and not complying with the requirement could result in serious consequences. If you were required to obtain an SR 22 certificate, it is typically because you have been convicted of a serious traffic violation, such as a DUI or driving without insurance, and failing to comply with the requirement could result in further legal and financial penalties.
Instead of trying to get around the requirement, it is recommended that you focus on fulfilling your legal obligation to maintain the SR 22 certificate for the required period of time. You can do this by contacting an insurance provider that offers SR 22 insurance and purchasing the required amount of liability coverage. Your insurance company will then file the SR 22 certificate with the appropriate state agency, which will confirm that you are meeting the state’s insurance requirements.
While it may be more expensive to obtain SR 22 insurance, it is important to keep in mind that not complying with the requirement could result in more severe financial and legal penalties, including fines, license suspension, and even jail time. Therefore, it is important to take the requirement seriously and fulfill it for the entire period that it is required.