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Arkansas now supports FTP file submissions

The Arkansas Office of Driver Services announced that its auto liability insurance reporting system can now support FTP file submissions.

March Madness and Workers’ Compensation

March Madness—is big business. Workers’ compensation insurance could protect schools from costly legal matters and increase the market for insurers.

MSVIVS Ramping Up

Mississippi is currently testing the online verification (OLV) portion of the new Mississippi Vehicle Insurance Verification System (MSVIVS).

South Carolina uninsured motorists can pay to drive

Insurance carriers writing policies in South Carolina will receive a check proportional to their market share in the state in 2015.

Pennsylvania Plate Readers

Pennsylvania discontinued its practice of issuing license plate registration stickers effective Jan. 1, 2017.

Market-leading business intelligence coming to insurers: Q&A with Phanom Dixie

By allowing insurers to compare themselves with peers, benchmarking is going to give our customers a way to assess themselves.

MVICS Discontinued

The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles no longer requires auto insurers to file reports through Motor Vehicle Insurance Compliance Reporting System.

Tennessee making final push for full implementation of EIVS

Tennessee announced progress in its goal to have all carriers submit their Book of Business (BoB) files to its Electronic Insurance Verification System (EIVS) by Oct. 1, 2016.

Exposing myths in usage-based auto insurance analytics

UBI is constantly evolving, and new techniques to gain deeper insights from the data emerge every day.

FireLine Examines the Erskine Wildfire

he Erskine fire stands out as the most destructive California wildfire so far this year and ranks as the 15th most destructive in state history.

Tennessee prepares to release EIVS error files

Tennessee is gearing up for the release of EIVS error files to insurers who previously submitted their book of business with the state.

Automatic license plate readers approved in Oklahoma

Oklahoma Governor signed new law that permits the use of automatic license plate reader systems by law enforcement officials.

Build a better claims department: Meeting the operational efficiency challenge

Operational inefficiencies must be minimized to mitigate costs and help improve your company’s bottom line.

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