Suspended LicenseWe have great news in Texas! As of September 1st, Texas drivers do not have drivers license surcharge fines. The state has wiped all fines off your drivers license. This repeals the Driver Responsibility Program, which will allow hundreds of thousands of Texans who've had their licenses suspended to reinstate them. If you are one of those who have your license suspended because you could not afford the surcharge fees, call or visit your local DPS office to have your license reinstated.

Please call us and have All Americas Insurance rate your auto insurance if you have been rated with a Texas ID. We can save you 30% on your insurance rates, just in time for Christmas.

HB 2048 - Increased fines/fees for drivers

The new Bill has increased state fines for traffic and intoxicated drivers violations. State traffic fines will increase from $30 to $50 and intoxicated driver fines will increase as well:

  • $3,000 for the first conviction within 36 months;
  • $4,500 for a subsequent conviction within 36 months; or
$6,000 for a conviction if it was shown that the person's alcohol concentration level was 0.16 or more
Posted 12:20 PM

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