An Occupational Drivers License in the state of Texas and the other forms of a hardship driver’s license will need to be started through the courts system, in the county you or your client resides.
The Texas court system will determine whether or not you need a certificate of insurance. We recommend speaking with an attorney about the length of time you will need to carry an SR-22 insurance policy. The typical term is maintaining a policy for 2-3 years and possibly 5 years. It is mandatory to maintain the SR-22 coverage during the time frame that the court mandates. If the policy lapses or cancels for any reason your license will be suspended again, and typically will have to start the process all over again.
We do not have forms on the website for those because those come from the courts, and each court has its own format. Your client will need to contact the court they reside in and inquire about the hardship driver’s license and the occupational license. There is not a suspended driver’s license form currently listed on the Texas DMV.
Texas Legal Liability Car Insurance and SR-22 Limits
Currently, the state requires all drivers to carry liability insurance with limits of 30/60/25. This is broken down below and are the state minimum requirements.
$30,000 for bodily injury to 1 person
$60,000 for bodily injury to 2 or more people
$25,000 for property damage
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We recommend you fill out our contact form. Once completed, an SR22 insurance specialist will call or email you within 24 hours.
If the office you are trying to contact is not listed, or if you do not know which office you need to contact, please call Customer Service at (512) 424-2000.
Contact DPS Headquarters
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) headquarters is located at:
Texas Department of Public Safety
5805 North Lamar Blvd
Austin, TX 78752-4431
PO Box 4087
Austin, TX 78773-0001
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