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Massachusetts SR-22 Guidelines

A Hardship Driver’s License in the State of Massachusetts is a limited use license issued by the Massachusetts Department of Motor Vehicles. The temporary hardship license allows you to drive a vehicle while your license is suspended or revoked for a drug or alcohol-related offense. In the State of Massachusetts, this is also known as Operating Under the Influence (OUI).

While your driver’s license is suspended or revoked, you may be eligible to receive a hardship driver’s license. This will allow you to drive only to and from work, doctors’ appointments, court dates, traffic offender programs, or other state mandatory meetings. The State of Massachusetts may also require you to install an ignition interlock device in your vehicle and complete a DUI program.

Below we have included information from the State of Massachusetts to assist you with this process.

We recommend you fill out our contact form. Once completed, an SR-22 insurance specialist will call or email you within 24 hours.

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Apply for a Hardship License
First Offense (24D) OUI Hardship License Criteria
Multiple Offense OUI Hardship License Criteria
Drug Offense (94C) Trafficking Hardship License Criteria
Habitual Traffic Offender Hardship License Criteria

The State of Massachusetts law mandates that every automobile insurance policy sold in the state must have these minimum coverages. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts legally requires the following minimum car insurance coverage for the operation of a motor vehicle:

  • $20,000 / $40,000 bodily injury liability coverage.
  • $5,000 property damage coverage.
  • $20,000 / $40,000 uninsured motorist bodily injury coverage.

For additional information please contact https://www.mass.gov/

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