This is an example of a Certificate of Insurance for Minnesota.
This form is often called:
--SR-22 (incorrect, but this is the common name in many other states)
--State of Financial Responsibility
This form is proof of liability insurance for the vehicles listed.
There is no way to tell if the form is expired without an accompanying insurance
or declarations page.
This form is NOT the "proof of insurance" listed in DPS regulations, rather
it is the
"Certificate of Insurance" that is referenced in DPS 7409.3800.
A "Certificate of Insurance" is a more stringent requirement than "proof of insurance".
There is a very short list of insurance companies that may issue the "Certificate of Insurance":
Viking (same as Orion)
and a few more...