When an automobile accident occurs in Wisconsin, the insurance coverage of every motorist who was involved is investigated by the state Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV). If a driver is found to be uninsured at the time of the accident, they may face numerous consequences, including the loss of their vehicle registration for every automobile they own. Additionally, the offending motorist may have their license suspended. Avoiding these consequences and having a license reinstated both involve the purchase of vehicle coverage that meets the state minimum liability requirements. For motorists who have been convicted of driving without adequate coverage, there are extra steps that must be taken to have ones driving privileges reinstated.
A motorist with a suspended license as the result of being involved in an accident while uninsured can often only have their driving privileges reinstated if they first demonstrate proof that wisconsin auto insurance has been purchased, and pay an additional reinstatement fee. This proof of financial responsibility generally comes in the form of an SR-22, which can be obtained from an insurer licensed to sell coverage in the Badger State. As of November first, 2011 the minimum coverage that is required includes bodily injury liability with a limit of $25,000 for a single person, and $50,000 for two people or more in a single accident, as well as $10,000 for property damage liability. Additionally, drivers are required to carry uninsured/underinsured motorist protection with a minimum threshold of 25/50.
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