Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 8010.30 - Document Requirements for Other Evidence of Insurance

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

a) If an insured owner has lost or has not yet received an insurance card from his/her insurance company, or is the resident of another state or jurisdiction other evidences of insurance may be carried in the vehicle for display to a law enforcement officer. These include but are not limited to the following:
1) A current policy declarations page.
2) A certificate of insurance.
3) An insurance binder.
4) The combination of proof of purchase of the motor vehicle within the previous sixty (60) days and a current insurance card issued for the motor vehicle replaced by such purchase. Proof of purchase shall include but not be limited to the following items:
A) bill of sale;
B) purchase agreement;
C) installment contract;
D) copy of front and back of title;
E) the registration identification card showing transfer information; or
F) Illinois Department of Revenue tax form.
5) A receipt for payment of a current liability insurance premium.
b) Except where noted, all information items listed are required on a binder, certificate of insurance, and a premium receipt for the document to qualify as evidence of insurance. The minimum requirements are:
1) company name;
2) policy number - not required on a binder or premium receipt;
3) effective date;
4) expiration date or number of days from the effective date;
5) name of insured(s);
6) vehicle year;
7) vehicle make;
8) either all or the last six characters of the vehicle identification number (VIN);
9) date of premium payment - required only on a receipt; and
10) signature of authorized representative.
c) Documents issued with a fleet policy may state "FLEET" in lieu of vehicle years, makes and VINs. Documents issued with a non-owner policy may state "NON-OWNER POLICY" in lieu of vehicle year, make and VIN.

Notes

Ill. Admin. Code tit. 50, § 8010.30

Amended at 15 Ill. Reg. 15605, effective October 15, 1991

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