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Alabama Code Title 32. Motor Vehicles and Traffic § 32-7B-4

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The online insurance verification system shall:

(1) Be accessible by authorized personnel of the department for direct inquiry. Access by the courts, insurers, law enforcement, and offices of the licensing officials charged with motor vehicle registration and titling responsibilities shall be through authorized personnel of the department. Insurer access shall be limited to data or information transmission as required to operate the online insurance verification system.

(2) Be able to verify, on a 24-hour, seven days per week basis, minus permitted down time for system maintenance as prescribed by the advisory council, the insurance status of a motor vehicle via the Internet, or similar electronic system consistent with insurance industry and IICMVA recommendations and the specifications and standards of the IICMVA model dated May 8, 2008, or later models as recommended by the advisory council and adopted by the department.

(3) Be able to access insurers by using multiple keys for greater matching accuracy, including, but not limited to:  Insurer NAIC number, vehicle identification numbers, policy number and other key or keys specified by the advisory council.

(4) Provide data security for the type of information transferred as prescribed by the advisory council.

(5) Utilize open and agreed to data and data transmission standards and standard schema as specified by the advisory council.

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