When must I provide proof of insurance to the MVA
- When your previous insurer informs the MVA your policy has been cancelled, and the MVA notifies you that proof of insurance is necessary.
- If you receive a letter from the MVA for the accumulation of at least three driving points.
Why must I provide proof of insurance?
The law protects the public and helps reduce insurance costs by identifying uninsured motorists and keeping them off the roads.
What is meant by proof of insurance? How do I provide it?
When the MVA requests a proof of insurance, a Maryland Insurance Certification (FR-19) is the only acceptable form of verification. The ID card and actual policy are not acceptable.
What must I do if my vehicle was:
Reference your case number on all correspondence. Documents submitted must include the year, make and vehicle identification number of vehicle.
Send Documents to:
Insurance Compliance Division
Motor Vehicle Administration
6601 Ritchie Highway, N.E.
Glen Burnie, Maryland 21062