Connecticut General Statutes Title 38A. Insurance § 38a-334. Minimum provisions in automobile liability policies

(a) The Insurance Commissioner shall adopt regulations with respect to minimum provisions to be included in automobile liability insurance policies issued after the effective date of such regulations and covering private passenger motor vehicles, as defined in subsection (e) of section 38a-363 , motor vehicles with a commercial registration, as defined in section 14-1 , motorcycles, as defined in section 14-1 , motor vehicles used to transport passengers for hire, motor vehicles in livery service, as defined in section 13b-101 , and vanpool vehicles, as defined in section 14-1 , registered or principally garaged in this state.  Such regulations shall relate to the insuring agreements, exclusions, conditions and other terms applicable to the bodily injury liability, property damage liability, medical payments and uninsured motorists coverages under such policies, shall make mandatory the inclusion of bodily injury liability, property damage liability and uninsured motorists coverages and shall include a provision that the insurer shall, upon request of the named insured, issue or arrange for the issuance of a bond which shall not exceed the aggregate limit of bodily injury coverage for the purpose of obtaining release of an attachment.

(b) The commissioner, before adopting such regulations or any subsequent modifications or amendments thereof, shall consult with insurers licensed to write automobile liability insurance in this state and other interested parties.  Nothing contained in such regulations or in sections 38a-334 to 38a-336a , inclusive, 38a-338 and 38a-340 shall prohibit any insurer from affording broader coverage under a policy of automobile liability insurance than that required by such regulations.

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