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Nueces County Texas
Nueces County, Texas, founded in 1846. It is 1,166 square miles in size, most of which is entirely flat. The highest spot in the county is only 180 feet above sea level. Most of this flat land makes for excellent farming land. These farms typically raise both crops and livestock. The climate of the county is also conducive to farming, with it being between 47 and 93 degrees for 309 days of the year. Situated along the Gulf of Mexico on its eastern border, the county was named for its main river, Nueces River. Corpus Christy is the largest, most popular city in the state and serves as the county seat.
Archaeological findings have uncovered the fact that, except for about A.D. 1300 to 1400, the area of Nueces County has been inhabited for at least 8,000 years. Throughout the centuries, there have been several different groups of inhabitants. Just before the Europeans settled the land, it was inhabited by the Coahuiltecans, Karankawas, Lipan Apaches, and Tonkawas. All of these groups shared a basic language, but remained individual tribes and Indian nations. Since they did not unite together against the encroaching European settlers, it was fairly easy to take the land from them. By the middle of the 1800, all of these tribes were gone.
The official site of Nueces County Texas can be found here for more facts and information: http://www.co.nueces.tx.us/
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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