This Mississippi Legislature voted to revise the penalties for the crime of failure to have proof of liability insurance coverage.
When a crash occurs in Florida, the state sends an FR1/FR100 “Liability” Sanction Verification to the auto insurance carriers of the motorists involved in the incident. Florida advised carriers to confirm coverage for crash verifications if a motorist’s insurance policy meets the state’s minimum liability requirements, even if the VIN is registered in another state.
Oklahoma has contracted with the vendor Gatso USA to scan (using cameras) motorists’ license plates to determine whether auto insurance coverage is in place. The plates will be matched against the state’s verification system. If the vehicle is found to be uninsured, the owner will be mailed a citation with a penalty of $184. Motorists who pay the fine will not have a charge of driving without insurance on their permanent record.
Illinois House Bill 2610 was signed by Governor Bruce Rauner on August 25, 2017.
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.
The government proposes to implement the measures on 1 October 2018 with the introduction of the Prison and Courts Act 2017 and accompanying regulations.
Mississippi is currently testing the online verification (OLV) portion of the new Mississippi Vehicle Insurance Verification System (MSVIVS).
Insurance carriers writing policies in South Carolina will receive a check proportional to their market share in the state in 2015.
Pennsylvania discontinued its practice of issuing license plate registration stickers effective Jan. 1, 2017.
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