TexasSure is designed to reduce the number of uninsured drivers and cut costs for responsible Texans, who now pay almost $900 million a year to protect themselves against those with no coverage. Currently, an estimated 20 percent of Texas drivers are uninsured.
The automated database is a joint project of Texas' departments of motor vehicles, insurance, public safety and information resources, and quickly identifies vehicle owners without mandatory insurance coverage.
More information about insurance verification is available on the TexasSure website.
Have You Received a Notice?
If you received a notice, your vehicle identification number (VIN) may be incorrect on either your title or insurance policy.
Compare the VIN on your insurance policy to the one physically located on your vehicle (usually on the driver's side dashboard).
- If the VINs do not match, contact your insurance agent to correct the problem.
- If the VINs match, then the information may be wrong in our database.
Check for discrepancies on your Certificate of Title, if you have it, then complete the Vehicle Identification Number Certification (Form VTR-270) and submit it along with your title to TxDMV for correction. You may need to contact your lienholder to correct the problem.
- If you no longer own the vehicle listed on the TexasSure notice, please submit a vehicle transfer notification online.