Current through Reg. 47, No. 14; April 8, 2022
Upon receipt of a second or subsequent
conviction for no liability insurance, an Order of Suspension will be mailed to
the licensee. The suspension will be effective 21 days from the date on the
Order and will continue for two years from the date of the second or subsequent
conviction for no liability insurance unless the department receives:
(1) evidence of financial responsibility on
the date of the citation, or
SR-22 (insurance certificate).
Evidence of financial responsibility for
the citation date may be shown by:
letter on the insurance company's letterhead indicating coverage for the date
of the offense, or
(2) a copy of a
certificate issued by the department indicating the vehicle driven or the
person is self insured.
(c) If the individual being suspended is not
named on the insurance policy used as evidence of liability coverage, a copy of
the citation must be submitted listing the vehicle covered on the
(d) If compliance in the
form of an SR-22 (insurance certificate) is filed and not received by 21st day
from the date on the Order of Suspension, a reinstatement fee will be required
prior to the renewal of issuance of a license.
If an SR-22 (insurance certificate) is
filed as compliance, it must be maintained with the department for two years
from the most recent conviction date for which evidence of financial
responsibility was required.
(1) if the
department receives notification of cancellation of the SR-22 (form SR-26) from
that insurance company, the individual's driving privileges will be suspended
until a new SR-22 (insurance certificate) is filed or until the second
anniversary date of the conviction for which proof of financial responsibility
(2) a reinstatement
fee is required prior to the renewal or issuance of a license for the
suspension resulting from the cancelled SR-22.
Admin. Code §
The provisions of this
§25.5 adopted to be effective June 22, 2004, 29 TexReg 5946; amended to be
effective October 15, 2008, 33 TexReg