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In Texas what happens to you if you have a wreck and are not insured?


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2007-08-09 12:27:18
2007-08-09 12:27:18

if you are 'not insured' in any state, and get into an accident that is your fault you've got a problem...actually states don't require insurance, but rather, 'financial responsibility' meaning you'd better have the funds to handle any damage/injuries you cause...since most of us don't have unlimited funds we have insurance....if you are at fault/deemed negliegent/liable for the accident, you will have to pay for all the damages.....you could lose your license and be fined in addition to this....

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