Texas Auto Liability Insurance Limits Increase January 1, 2011


Here’s a sliver of good news for people who may get involved in a car wreck in 2011 or after. The automobile insurance liability limits that were raised from the decades-old minimum of $20,000 to $25,000 in 2008 will increase again, to $30,000 effective January 1, 2011. This will be for policies written or renewed after that date.

The minimum limits in Texas have lagged behind inflation for many years, but are now at least showing some movement. The bad news is that this is the last increase mentioned in the law, and it will take a new law to increase the limits further.

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