The Insurance Research Council (IRC) estimated Oklahoma’s uninsured driver rate to be 26 percent in 2012, the highest in any state. Though this most recent estimate is five years old, there is little evidence the rate has dropped significantly.
The Rhode Island Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) issues three notices to motorists when proof of auto liability coverage is not found for a vehicle.
Illinois House Bill 2610 was signed by Governor Bruce Rauner on August 25, 2017.
After testing a new insurance verification system in a months-long pilot with several insurers, Mississippi is ready to implement the new system.
Louisiana has begun issuing fines to motorists detected as not having insurance coverage through the use of license plate readers.
As part of the Arizona Department of Transportation efficiency initiative, the state is implementing a self-update option for motorists’ auto insurance.
Governor Brian Sandoval signed Nevada Assembly Bill 455 into law on May 26, 2017.
Tennessee’s new EIVS is gearing up to begin their letter campaign for motorists found to not have auto liability insurance coverage.
DOR has informed carriers they are running into problems in attempting to verify NAIC numbers when a motorist contacts them for assistance.