Tennessee suspension notice letters

By Brandon L. Guidry  |  July 25, 2017

Tennessee’s new Electronic Insurance Verification System (EIVS) is gearing up to begin their letter campaign for motorists found to not have auto liability insurance coverage. A series of four letters will be sent to motorists when the state’s EIVS is unable to confirm coverage for a VIN registered in Tennessee, in the following sequence:

  • Request for information letter: Informs motorist that coverage has not been confirmed for their vehicle and they have 30 days to complete an online questionnaire to verify coverage.
  • First notice: Indicates motorist has 30 days to complete an online questionnaire verifying they have coverage or they will receive a $25 fine.
  • Final notice: Informs motorist they have been fined $25 and have 30 days to complete an online questionnaire verifying they have coverage or they will receive an additional $100 fine and their vehicle registration will be suspended.
  • Revocation notice: Informs motorist they have been fined $125 and their registration has been suspended.

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.