West Virginia insurance verification letter campaign

By Lacy Berthold October 13, 2014

lacy - portraitWest Virginia announced that on August 18, 2014, the state kicked off its periodic insurance verification letter campaign.

The state sends verification letters to a random sampling of registrants that West Virginia Online Verification (WVOLV) identifies as nonconfirmed or not having current auto liability coverage. Registrants have 30 days to respond to the
letter before the state sends a suspension letter. Registrants have an additional 30 days to respond to the suspension letter before the state suspends the vehicle registration. A confirmed response to a WVOLV inquiry at any time in the process stops the verification and suspension processes.

All nonconfirmed responses are subject to the random sampling. The state resends a query for every non-confirmed response once every 45 days.


Lacy Muntean

Lacy Berthold is Supervisor over the CV-Exchange Support Team. She is responsible for on-boarding new customers and providing ongoing support to both customers and trading partners.