Driving without Insurance is Illegal
In most States, driving without liability insurance is illegal. Legislatures direct State agencies such as the Departments of Insurance, Public Safety, and Motor Vehicles to employ a system to reduce the number of uninsured motorists. Insure-Rite is a vendor that provides such services. Insure-Rite oversees databases that connect every registered vehicle in the State to its liability insurance policy. This information is made available to law enforcement officers and State/local/county agencies where they can verify if you are driving without insurance.
Additionally, Insure-Rite oversees the process of actively identifying motorists that appear to be uninsured. Once identified, these motorists are sent a letter offering an opportunity to provide proof of insurance prior to being identified to law enforcement and potentially having their registration revoked and/or fined.
You received a letter...
If you received a letter and your vehicle is registered in Texas, you are part of a Financial Responsibility Verification Program (FRVP) called TexasSure. The content at following link provides information pertinent to the TexasSure program.
If you received a letter and your vehicle is registered in Utah, you are part of the Utah Financial Responsibility Verification Program (FRVP). Here is a link to update your vehicle status https://www.insure-rite.com/letter/
*** YOU MUST FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS ON THE LETTER TO PREVENT FURTHER ACTION FROM BEING TAKEN ON YOUR REGISTRATION OR ACTION TAKEN BY LAW ENFORCEMENT! ***