What is Tx SR22 Insurance?


What is Tx SR22 Insurance?

TX SR22 insurance is simply a form that is filed with the DPS in your behalf showing proof of your insurance policy.

Texas SR22 Auto InsuranceTX SR22 Insurance is auto insurance with an SR22 Form Filing endorsement. It could be an owner’s or non-owner’s policy that has a Financial Responsibility filing. The form is filed with the Texas DPS (Department of Public Safety) by your insurance company. This insurance is not necessarily high risk insurance, but many preferred and standard companies will not file this form for you. It is motor vehicle liability insurance, with an SR22 form filing that requires the insurance company to certify coverage. The insurance company must notify DPS when your policy is cancelled, lapsed or terminated. Please contact Austin Insurance Group today. We are authorized to write liability insurance with Texas SR22 Insurance filings, not only in Texas, but any state that is requiring one from you. The SR-22 indicates financial responsibility.

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Why is an SR22 required?

A Texas SR22 Insurance filing is usually associated with the following:

  • At-fault accident while driving without insurance
  • Driving without insurance
  • Suspended or revoked license
  • A traffic infraction such as a DWI, DUI or any serious moving violation
  • Repeated traffic offenses or if you get too many tickets in a short period of time

If you fail to comply with the requirement, you may lose your driving privileges. Your coverage must meet the minimum limits. In Texas, $30,000 per person bodily injury liability/$60,000 per accident bodily injury liability/$25,000 property damage liability (30/60/25) is the minimum required by law.

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