You will need to contact your insurance provider and have them submit an SR-22.
Not all insurance providers will cover drivers with SR-22. They may believe that they are too high-risk, your current provider may not. However, many companies specialize in this particular circumstance. Once you’ve found an insurance provider that will cover you, the provider will need to file an SR-22 on your behalf. If they do not offer this service, you’ll need to find another insurer because the state will require the provider to assure them that you are covered.
Often, these providers will require you to pay the policy premiums in full. If you fail to pay your premiums, the provider will be required to drop your policy and notify the DMV. At that point, your license will be suspended for lack of coverage.