Auto insurance electronic proof law signed by Missouri governor

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Gov. Jay Nixon has now added his signature to House Bill 322 so that coverage cards can be shown digitally. The Governor of Missouri, Jay Nixon, has now signed House Bill 322, which will give drivers the opportunity to use their smartphones and other mobile electronic devices to display a digital version of their proof of auto insurance, which will be considered an allowable format for official situations. These devices are being used by people for a growing number of purposes and could make proof more convenient to display. According…

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Auto insurance electronic proof is on its way to Indiana

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The state is to become the next to accept digital copies of the card, to be displayed on smartphones. Drivers in Indiana are about to gain the ability to prove that they have auto insurance by displaying a digital copy of the card on the screen of their smartphones, now that a new bill has passed. The regulation will become effective as of July 1, 2013, and will make mobile devices into a perfectly allowable format. This use of smartphones as a way to prove that auto insurance exists represents…

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Auto insurance cards accepted electronically in only some states

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Paper proof of coverage cards are still required in the majority of states, so drivers should inform themselves. Although electronic proof of coverage is starting to make a growing number of auto insurance news headlines, drivers are being cautioned that the majority of states still require the paper cards and will not yet accept a digital version displayed on a mobile device. Many people are becoming confused by the advertising made by certain insurers. Consumers are being cautioned to pay closer attention to these auto insurance commercials, as the service…

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Auto insurance proof of coverage in Arkansas goes digital

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The House has given its approval for allowing drivers to use mobile devices to show active policies. The Legislature in Arkansas has just approved a new bill that will allow drivers within the state to use smartphones, tablets, and other types of mobile devices in order to display an electronic or digital version of their proof of auto insurance card. The electronic copy will be considered completely acceptable in place of the traditional card. The 91 to 0 unanimous vote among the lawmakers in the House passed a proposal backed…

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Auto insurance electronic proof considered in Georgia

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Smartphones and other digital devices may soon be used to prove that coverage exists. Drivers in Georgia may soon have a new way to provide proof of auto insurance whenever they are required to show it, including at times when they have been pulled over by a police officer. A new proposal to allow a digital copy of the policy proof card to be used has cleared the House. The proposal, which would allow drivers to use smartphones, tablets, and other digital devices to show digital copies of their proof…

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Auto insurance smartphone proof of coverage cards considered in 22 states

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New legislation proposed in nearly half the country to allow cell phones to show digital coverage. The Property Casualty Insurers Association of America (PCI) has announced that as nearly half of all of the state legislatures across the U.S. are considering making changes to their laws so that auto insurance customers will be able to use their smartphones in order to provide proof of coverage instead of having to carry the printed cards. According to the PCI, this is one of the hottest legal trends related to coverage in the…

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Auto insurance law in California now allows digital proof of coverage

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Smartphone and tablet users can now prove the existence of their valid policies with their devices. Now that 2013 is officially here, so is a new California auto insurance law that will make it a bit easier for drivers who are required to prove their coverage to the police when they have been pulled over. Instead of digging through the glove box to find the proof of policy, a digital copy is now acceptable. The hope is that it will make it much faster and easier for drivers to be…

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