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Tennessee HB 280 Signed into Law

William Haslam signed House Bill 280 into law on March 22. The bill extends the time given to respond to a Department of Revenue (DOR) request for information regarding motorists suspected of not having proper auto insurance coverage. Previously the response time was 15 days; it is now 30 days.

HB 280 also established a $25 fee that will be assessed when a motorist whose registration was suspended due to noncompliance reinstates or renews their registration. This fee is assessed in addition to other costs due at registration.

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Brandon L. Guidry

Brandon L. Guidry is the State Implementation Specialist of CV-ALIR for Verisk – insurance solutions. He has a business administration degree from the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

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