It's hard to give a direct answer to your question, as restricted licenses are considered on a case-by-case basis. Some insurance companies will provide such insurance, but they too would have to know all of the details surrounding your situation.
Hello, If you continue to pay your insurance premium, your insurance and SR-22 will not be in jeopardy because you are abroad. However, if you don't pay your bill and let your policy expire, your coverage will be cancelled along with with your SR-22.
Hello, You can get auto insurance with an SR-22 however, you will need to list the vehicle that you own (even if inoperable). You do not qualify for a non-owners policy because you own a car and drive your friend's car regularly.