Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 8000.90 - Course Advertising

Current through Register Vol. 46, No. 15, April 8, 2022

a) The Secretary reserves the right to review and approve all advertising regarding an approved motor vehicle accident prevention course which is offered for liability premium reduction. Sponsoring agencies will be held responsible for all advertising by their respective delivery agencies.
b) The Secretary may make information, regarding motor vehicle accident prevention courses for liability insurance premium reduction available at Driver Services Facilities. However, the Secretary reserves the right to cease doing so in cases where the Secretary believes the information being distributed may be misleading or inappropriate.
c) Advertising by a sponsoring agency and/or a delivery agency approved to administer or conduct an approved course must conform with the following:
1) it may not use or allow the use of advertising which portrays the agency as a representative or employee or any other way associated with the Secretary of State's Office;
2) it may make no false or misleading claims or statements in any of its advertising relating to insurance premium reduction, or program effectiveness and benefits;
3) at least one (1) form of printed advertising must provide the course fee or fee schedule and shall include a statement advising persons to consult with their insurance carrier regarding the premium reduction; and
4) all advertising must indicate that the agency and course has been and is currently approved by the Secretary of State.

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Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 8000.90

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