Drivers with a Texas suspended driver license…

If you’d like to avoid a rate hike with your current insurance company, you can purchase what’s known as a non-owner’s SR22 policy from Spartan Insurance to comply with the Texas DPSSR22 requirements.

You keep the auto insurance you have with your current insurer and purchase this SR22 policy as an add-on.

When you purchase an SR22 policy, they’ll file the necessary paperwork with the DPS and provide you with copies for your records.

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Warrants and License Suspension

Just when you thought that you have taken care of all the loose ends to prevent your license from being suspended, you suddenly receive a written note withholding you from using any privileges of your driver’s license. You did not take into consideration that the presence of a warrant- either an arrest warrant, a bench warrant, or other forms of warrant, could still lead to a Texas license suspension.

Posted on Thursday, March 25, 2010 | Continue reading…


Traffic Violations and How Your License Could Be Suspended

Just think about this scenario for a moment: you have prepared very hard for an important presentation to be given at the meeting. But then, things start to go wrong. Your alarm did not ring at the right time. You panic and rush to get ready, to leave for the office for your very important meeting. You cannot stay in the speed limit because you have to hurry to go to your office. You speed up, and think that no-one is noticing your fast driving. Just then your side mirror shows the glaring sirens of a police car behind you, ordering you to stop. You sigh and think, “This is just not my day,” and you know that a Texas license suspension would happen.

Posted on Wednesday, March 24, 2010 | Continue reading…


Alcohol-Related License Suspension

Most news reports about vehicular accidents blame alcohol as the main reason for the unfortunate events. It can be noted that drunk drivers have high risks of causing accidents. This is mostly true since alcohol has a depressant effect- dulling the senses, and lessening reaction time. For this matter, drivers often say that they were not able to react on time to avoid the impending danger. This article will talk about the effects of alcohol and their relation to Texas license suspension.

Posted on Tuesday, March 23, 2010 | Continue reading…


Vehicle Insurance and Reasons for License Suspension

Motor vehicle accidents cause damages to life and property. Every day we hear reports about car accidents that involve a lot of people and incur property damage. Although damage to property can be replaced, the loss to human life is irreplaceable. This is the reason why the Texas government has strictly enforced vigilance and accountability rules for drivers. Furthermore, it is imperative that every good driver must comply with the requirements and avail auto insurance before driving, or risk himself to face Texas license suspension.

Posted on Friday, March 19, 2010 | Continue reading…


Reinstating Your Suspended Drivers License

After facing Texas license suspension, you begin to count the days and wait for the time when the suspension will be over. As the progress of suspension is in effect, the only thing people have to do is to keep their records clean and do nothing that could cause additional problems, or increase the time of the suspension.

Posted on Tuesday, March 16, 2010 | Continue reading…


With a Suspended License, Keep Yourself Clean

Driving through clean roads of Texas, with open wind and broad landscape is a real driving pleasure. Texas has vast open space and endless beauty of the land, making driving a fun experience. The exhilarating feeling gives you a rush that you would never want to end. But before you are swept away by this, you must first know that being able to drive a vehicle is a privilege, and when you are in the driver’s seat, you have a lot of responsibilities, and you must drive safely, or else you can get a Texas license suspension.

Posted on Sunday, March 14, 2010 | Continue reading…


How Can I Get My License Suspended in Texas?

There are some established regulations that every Texas driver must abide to prevent any occurrence of Texas license suspension. These guidelines help regulate and maintain public and vehicle safety. And this prevents any unnecessary human errors that could lead to damages, or at worst, loss of human life.

Posted on Thursday, March 11, 2010 | Continue reading…


Common Reasons for Texas License Suspension

Accidents happen, and the damage they can cause, or even the loss of human life, is totally unprecedented. In most cases, motor vehicle related accidents cause harm more than any other types of accidents. Some people blame them on natural causes, but it is a common fact that human errors are the major reasons why these events occur. In Texas alone, thousands of auto accidents occur every year, and they can also result in Texas license suspension.

Posted on Wednesday, March 10, 2010 | Continue reading…


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