Failure to Maintain Insurance, also called failing to have Financial Liability Responsibility Ticket, is where an individual drives a car without possessing liability car insurance.
The Texas Transportation Code 601.051. REQUIREMENT OF FINANCIAL RESPONSIBILITY indicates a person commits an offense if the person operates a motor vehicle in Texas without financial responsibility established for that vehicle.
An offense under this section is a Class C misdemeanor and may include hefty surcharges, fines, and cause a suspended driver's license.
The most common Failure to Maintain Insurance cases and Failure to Maintain Insurance arrests involve lapses in insurance or failure to purchase expensive SR22 insurance following a DWI.
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