What Is An 'SR' Form At The Indiana Bureau Of Motor Vehicles?
The BMV often sends notices to drivers in Indiana requiring the driver
to provide information on an "SR" form. What is this? "SR"
forms are simply forms that provide the BMV with information that they
need in order to properly monitor your license. They are usually used
to gain information about accidents, or insurance.
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SR Forms Explained
Sometimes the BMV requires you to provide an "SR" form and sometimes
the court will produce a needed "SR" form. Below is a list of
"SR" forms from the Indiana BMV website describing each type
of form. Of course, if you have further questions about these BMV forms,
the experienced attorneys at Arnold Terrill, P.C., are prepared
to offer detailed answers.
- SR16 — This form is used by courts to notify the BMV that a driver
has been charged with, failed to appear for, or failed to pay a traffic
violation that involves a motor vehicle. This form also notifies the BMV
when the above has been complied with.
- SR17 — This form is used by courts to notify the BMV that a hardship
license will be issued to the driver concerned. This form also provides
information on the period of the license and of any limits on the driver's
- SR21 — This form must be completed and submitted by any driver involved
in an accident that results in injury, death or damage to property amounting
to over $1,000. The form should be signed by the insurance company, stating
the insurance amount. It should be mailed within 10 days of the accident.
- SR22 — This form is used to show proof of insurance by drivers who
have been convicted of an offense that requires them to have insurance
for a three-year period. The form must be filed with the BMV for three
years from the date declared by the BMV.
- SR23 — This form is used to show proof of insurance for vehicle convoys.
- SR31 — This form and the package that goes along with it are used
by drivers who need to show another financial proof other than insurance.
- SR33 — This form is used by the court to inform the BMV of the amount
of money owed by the owner or operator of a motor vehicle.
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