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MI Proof of Insurance

Discussion in 'Outdoor News' started by frenchriver1, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. frenchriver1

    frenchriver1 Mr. Flatfish Premium Member

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    Went to renew my plate/sticker this week and was told I did not need to provide proof of insurance, "already in the record." Does this mean I do not have to have proof of insurance if I am stopped by a LEO? Do the SOS records RE: insurance flow over to the databases used by LEOs?

    And thank you to the State, had to fork over $5 for a new plate, mine was 10 years old. Considering the price for renewal, the new plate should have been free.
     
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    Scout 2

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    I was told when I renewed mine a couple years ago that there is a code on you reg that shows you have insurance. As far as getting stopped I have no idea but it seems that it should show up when they run yur tags
     
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    frenchriver1 Mr. Flatfish Premium Member

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    According to the Blue Bears in Brighton, their system does not capture insurance coverage, you still have to provide same if stopped.
     
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