If you are driving without insurance, you could end up in a lot of trouble.
Texas state law requires drivers to have valid, current minimum liability insurance:
Drivers are not required to have insurance coverage for themselves or their own cars.
First time offenders driving without insurance in Texas can be given a citation and penalized up to $1100:
Texas drivers who are repeatedly cited for driving without insurance can receive:
If you drive with a revoked Driver’s License in Texas, you could be imprisoned.
Reinstating a revoked Driver’s License in Texas is difficult. It involves completing forms and affidavits, paying fines, and appearing at a hearing. You must explain why you drive without insurance on multiple occasions, and why you should now be trusted.
Texas requires every driver to have insurance by law. If you drive without insurance in Texas, you can face major consequences if you are involved in an auto accident.
You may have to pay for your injuries and damage to your car or other property. You also may have to pay for injuries and damage to the other driver, passengers and bystanders.