Michigan drivers can soon show proof of auto insurance with their phones

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Governor Snyder signs legislation to make showing proof of insurance more convenient Drivers in Michigan will soon be able to show proof of their auto insurance coverage using only their smartphones. Governor Rick Snyder has signed new legislation that makes this possible, noting that the goal of the legislation is to make everyday life easier for consumers that operate vehicles. The law itself is set to go into effect in three months. Before then, consumers will still need to provide physical proof of their auto insurance coverage. Officers will be…

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Electronic proof of auto insurance coverage now accepted in Delaware

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Delaware drivers can now use their mobile devices to prove they have insurance coverage Electronic proof of insurance coverage is now viable for all drivers in Delaware. The state’s Insurance Commissioner, Karen Stewart, has issued a statement concerning the issue in order to raise awareness of the passage of new legislation that makes electronic proof of coverage acceptable. According to the state’s House Bill w/HA 1, law enforcement throughout Delaware will accept electronic proof of auto insurance coverage from various types of mobile devices. Complaints regarding undue penalties to those…

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Proof of auto insurance goes electronic in Florida

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The state has joined more than half of the country that allow drivers to display coverage on their smartphones. Florida has now become one of the 30 total states that are now allowing drivers to show digital proof of auto insurance on the screens of their smartphones and other mobile devices as a legitimate way of showing that they have the required coverage for their vehicles. The Cabinet and the Governor have now signed the administrative rule that allowed the change to be implemented. The Florida Cabinet and Governor Rick…

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New legislation could change auto insurance in Pennsylvania

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Legislation aims to make insurance coverage more flexible A new legislation in Pennsylvania may have a dramatic impact on the way drivers receive auto insurance coverage throughout the state. Senate Bill 1040 has been gaining momentum in the state’s Legislature and aims to make it possible for drivers to provide proof of their auto insurance coverage electronically and sign up for coverage without deductibles. The legislation has managed to acquire strong support from state lawmakers that believe some changes to the auto insurance sector should be made for the sake…

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This week in Insurance News Headlines

Live Insurance News Video – This week in the headlines…   Stories we covered in today’s headlines along with notes and highlights… Title: Consumer satisfaction in homeowners insurance sector continues to climb  Insurance agents will be happy to hear that the latest report in from J.D. Powers makes note of consumers satisfaction is higher than ever when a claim is reported to the agent first opposed to them  being redirected to the insurance company. The study shows that consumer satisfaction is climbing despite the problems that recent natural disasters have…

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Auto insurance digital proof now accepted in Colorado

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Cell phones can now be used to prove that coverage is present for vehicle policies. The state Senate in Colorado has just passed a new bill that has allowed drivers to prove that they have a license, registration, and auto insurance through a digital copy displayed on their mobile devices such as a smartphone or tablet. Drivers carrying smartphones or tablets will now be able to prove their coverage with electronic versions of the card. The vote in the Senate was unanimously in favor of updating the auto insurance law…

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Proof of California auto insurance goes mobile

California auto insurance has just taken a high tech step forward with electronic proof of coverage. Rooting around to find proof of coverage when you’ve been pulled over is about to become a thing of the past as California auto insurance goes electronic and a new bill allows motorists to use their smartphones to provide the proof of a policy. This will be an acceptable form of proof regardless of the situation. Whether you are pulled over by a police officer, or if you need to exchange information following a…

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