All motor vehicles operated or parked on Texas roadways are required to be insured. Proof of insurance must be carried in your car at all times and must available when:\r\n
The minimum liability insurance requirements for private passenger vehicles in Texas are as follows:\r\n
$30,000/$60,000 bodily injury liability per person/accident\r\n
Bodily injury liability coverage protects drivers if their car is involved in an accident that harms another individual. The minimum limits required by Texas state law are $30,000 for the death or injury of a single victim as a result of a car accident and $60,000 for the deaths or injuries of multiple victims. Insurance providers list this type of coverage as 30/60, referring to the dollar limitations of each minimum. In the case of an accident, liability coverage can aid perpetrators with costs involved in a legal proceeding as a result of a crash. Bodily injury coverage is part of the minimum coverage required by Texas law.\r\n
The state minimum amount of property damage liability coverage required in the state of Texas is $25,000. If an insured driver is determined to be at fault and held liable in a motor vehicle accident, this coverage pays for damage repair to another individual’s property. Property damage coverage will also pay for legal costs if an insured driver is involved in a lawsuit following an accident.
Drawing from their database of over 4 million car insurance shopper applications, the data scientists at Insurify have published various reports on driver behavior and car ownership — including how Flower Mound drivers measure up to their fellow Texas motorists in the rankings above.
From driver performance across different geographical locations and demographics to patterns in motor vehicle ownership and auto insurance coverage, Insurify Insights publishes data-driven articles, trend analyses, and national and local rankings each week on all factors related to cars and those who drive them.
While car accidents are a sadly unavoidable feature of time spent on the road, rates of accidents do vary from city to city and from state to state. Flower Mound drivers rank 6 in the number of car accidents per driver across all cities in Texas.
Exceeding the speed limit can endanger others and leave a permanent stain on your driving record. When compared to other cities in Texas, Flower Mound drivers rank 161 in the number of speeding infractions per driver.
While driving while intoxicated is never acceptable, it’s a more common offense than many assume. Flower Mound drivers rank 87 in the number of DUI’s per driver across all cities in Texas.
The Insurify team classifies rude drivers as those who commit the following driving offenses: failure to yield or failure to stop, improper backing, passing where prohibited, tailgating, street racing, or hit-and-runs. Among all cities in Texas, Flower Mound drivers rank 34 in rude driving infractions.
Having a squeaky-clean driving record is an accomplishment to be proud of. Some cities have safer drivers than others; Flower Mound drivers rank 105 in clean driving records across all cities in Texas.
Failing to yield the right of way isn’t just frustrating for other drivers; it’s dangerous, too. Flower Mound drivers rank 2 in failure to yield violations per driver across all cities in Texas.
Reckless driving refers to a specific traffic violation: when drivers willfully act dangerously in spite of the risks they’re imposing on both themselves and others. Among all cities in Texas, Flower Mound drivers rank 88 in the number of reckless driving offenses per driver.
Some car models are just more popular than others and trends can vary from place to place. The most popular vehicle in Flower Mound is the Ford F-Series Pickup.
The EPA reports that the United States' transportation sector accounts for 27% of national greenhouse gas emissions. In a country of over 263 million registered vehicles, many communities are taking action to reduce their environmental impact and vehicular carbon footprint. This city has been named the "greenest" in the state by Insurify.
The state of Texas offers many green driver incentives, including federal tax credits, repair vouchers and replacement assistance for fuel-efficient vehicles, vouchers, grants, rebates, and discounts through some car insurance carriers.
The car insurance quotes, statistics, and data visualizations on this page are derived from Insurify’s proprietary database of over 4 million car insurance applications from ZIP codes across the United States. Insurify’s data science team performs a comprehensive analysis of the various factors car insurance providers take into account while setting rates to provide readers insight into how car insurance quotes are priced.