No. Go to www.besuretoinsureal.com , visit local licensing office or contact the MVD. If insurance coverage cannot be verified, variances between the Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), insurance policy number or National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) number provided to local licensing officials could be different and could result in the insurer being unable to verify insurance coverage for the vehicle. To determine a possible VIN discrepancy, the registrant should check the VIN listed on their insurance card and registration receipt to find any discrepancies. If the VIN on the registrant’s insurance card is incorrect, the registrant should contact their insurer to get the information corrected. If the registrant believes the VIN reflected on the registration receipt is incorrect, the registrant should check with their local licensing official.
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- What do I do if I did not have insurance on the verification date?
- I had insurance on the insurance verification date reflected on the MLI Verification Notice, do I still need to pay the reinstatement fee?
- I received a request for insurance verification on a vehicle that was stored or not working and thus was uninsured. How do I respond to the verification notice?
- What do I do if I sold the vehicle; I received the insurance verification request for prior to the date for verification?
- Why did I receive a MLI Verification Notice when I already paid the ticket for no insurance?
- What does the state do with the insurance information I provide for verification of insurance coverage information?