I live in Texas, and I have had an SR22 for the required 2 years. Now that my filing period is over, how do I go about removing the SR22?
After your SR22 filing period is over, you need to contact your auto insurance company and let them know that you can remove your SR22 certificate. Your insurance company may ask for proof from the Texas DPS to make sure you are allowed to remove your SR22. Once you have notified them, the insurance company will then file a form called an SR-26 with the DPS letting them know that your SR22 has been cancelled.
The process is pretty simple, but the key thing to remember is to make sure you are able to cancel your SR22 policy before you have your insurance company file an SR26. If the DPS receives a SR26 form and your SR22 filing period is not over, your license could get suspended again.