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If you had insurance you have to file an appeal in DMV first to correct your driving record to remove the insurance citation
by proving that you did have insurance. If DMV denies your appeal, then you have to file an appeal to the court with your proof that during the time they claim you did not have insurance. I am afraid that you have to now fight to vacate the insurance citation to get out of SR-22 and get the suspension lifted first. If that fails, then I am afraid you would have to apply at that time for the occupational license.
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