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Unfortunately, you are incorrect in your assumption.
If you discontinue carrying SR-22, Hawaii DMV will be notified and will suspend / revoke your driver license in Hawaii and will notify NY DMV which will in turn suspend / revoke your NY DL.
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Sort of. NYS does not have SR 22 requirement. How can it be revoked?
It would be revoked based on your failure to comply with the requirement placed on you by another state.
So basically you would have to comply with that requirement from Hawaii, regardless to what state you move or which state issues you a DL.
You can obtain SR-22 insurance in the state of NY
Although SR-22 is not required in the state of New York, if you are required to file an SR-22 in another state, you should continue to do so if you want to retain your driving privileges. Keep in mind that suspension or revocation of your driving privileges in another state will also result in the suspension of your driving privileges in New York.
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