Everything is “larger than life in Texas.” Home to oil, cattle and cowboys, the State of Texas is proud of its independent spirit. Regardless your journey within the state, make sure you carry the proper auto insurance. Get a 100% free quote by entering your zip code in the box above or call 1-800-965-0534 to talk to a representative directly.
Montgomery County Texas
Montgomery County, Texas was founded on December 14th, 1837 named after Montgomery, an old Texas town. The county was the result of a congressional measure by Congress of the Republic of Texas. Montgomery has a rich history, especially economically, and existed as an agricultural economy for many years.
Some of the notable cities located in Montgomery County include Splendora, Oak Ridge North, Panorama Village, and Shenandoah. Conroe is the largest city in Montgomery County along with being the seat of the county. The county has multiple smaller towns such as: Pinehurst, Stagecoach, and Woodloch. Montgomery County is surrounded by six different counties, one of which being Walker County. The county is on Interstate 45 and exist inside the Timberlands Region.
Montgomery County is a rapidly growing county, so much that between the years of 2000 and 2010, it was the 24th fast growing county in the United States.
Important to many of the people that reside in the county, Montgomery has become a hub for outdoor recreation. The county offers multiple lakes and forests allowing people to boat, hunt, fish, and various other outdoor pastimes. The county offers a popular county fair that attracts people from all around Texas.
The official site of Montgomery County Texas can be found here for more facts and information: http://www.mctx.org/
Minimum Texas Insurance Coverage
The Texas Department of Motor Vehicles (TDMV) requires all drivers to carry motor vehicle insurance. TexasSure is the automated vehicle insurance verification database for checking compliance. Here is the minimum Texas car insurance coverage:
- $30,000 for bodily injury or death per person
- $60,000 for bodily injury or death per accident
- $25,000 for property damage or destruction
You can also post a cash surety bond of $55,000 with the state comptroller or county judge to fulfill this financial duty. Texas uninsured motorists rank 19th worst in the nation.
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