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Beginning January 1, 2013, license plate issuing officials will attempt to verify liability insurance utilizing the State of Alabama Online Insurance Verification System, which will allow license plate issuing officials to immediately verify the insurance status of a vehicle at any point in time.If insurance cannot be verified through the Online Insurance Verification System, vehicle owners must provide evidence of insurance to the license plate issuing official. The insurance card is the most common evidence of current insurance. To be acceptable, the proof of insurance must display the current effective date, insurer’s NAIC number, vehicle identification number (VIN) and policy number.
In addition to providing evidence of insurance, a valid state issued driver license, non-driver identification card, or national driver license must be provided for each owner reflected on the vehicle title. If the vehicle owner is a company, the federal employer identification number (FEIN) is required.
The mandatory liability insurance law is enforced by the following methods:- Verification of insurance by law enforcement during traffic stops or accidents.
– Verification of insurance by county license plate issuing officials prior to vehicle registration or renewal.
– Verification of insurance by the Department of Revenue by sending requests for insurance information to vehicle owners:
a) whose registrations have been suspended;
b) who have been convicted of mandatory liability insurance violations; or
c) whose driving privileges have been suspended or revoked.
– At its discretion, the Department of Revenue may verify liability insurance on any motor vehicle registration utilizing OIVS.
Vehicle operators must provide evidence of insurance upon request to any law enforcement officer.
Beginning January 1, 2013, law enforcement officers will attempt to verify liability insurance utilizing the State of Alabama Online Insurance Verification System, which will allow law enforcement officers to immediately verify the insurance status of a vehicle.
An owner or operator convicted of a mandatory liability insurance violation may be fined up to $500 for the first violation and up to $1,000 for the second or subsequent violation and/or a six month driver’s license suspension.In addition to the above violation, if a vehicle is registered or operated without liability insurance, the vehicle registration will be suspended and the vehicle owner will be subject to the following:
First violation: $200 reinstatement fee.
Second or subsequent violations: $400 reinstatement fee and a mandatory four month registration suspension.
Evidence of current insurance must also be provided in order to reinstate the vehicle registration.
Evidence of current insurance along with the reinstatement fee may be submitted to the county license plate issuing official in the vehicle owner’s county of residence, or any of the Alabama Department of Revenue Taxpayer Service Centers located throughout Alabama. Please visit www.revenue.alabama.gov for Taxpayer Service Center locations.