To ensure drivers continue to meet the Financial Responsibility requirements, Texas requires insurance companies to provide a weekly report to the TexasSure vehicle identification system, listing the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) of each vehicle insured under an active policy.
Failure to maintain proper insurance could lead to the suspension of your driver's license and fines. Under the Texas Driver Responsibility Program, drivers who are convicted of failure to maintain insurance are required to pay a flat surcharge of $250.00 per year. This surcharge is in addition to any other costs associated with the driving offenses and must be paid yearly for three (3) years. You may also be required to file an SR-22 or SR-22A.
Certificate of Financial Responsibility (SR-22 or SR-22A):
An SR-22 or SR-22A is a certificate of Financial Responsibility issued by your insurance company to the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) providing proof that you purchased liability insurance. Drivers who are convicted of one or more of the following offenses may be required to purchase an SR-22 or SR-22A to reinstate their license: