Delaware Code Title 21. Motor Vehicles § 2118A. Unlawful possession or manufacture of proof of insurance, penalties

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(a) It shall be unlawful for any person to possess, manufacture, sell, distribute or circulate a fictitious insurance identification card or any fictitious proof of insurance.  A fictitious insurance identification card shall be any document in written or electronic format not manufactured in compliance with § 2118(o) of this title.  Fictitious proof of insurance shall be any document in written or electronic format not produced in compliance with § 2118(o) of this title.

(b) It shall also be unlawful for any person to possess, manufacture, sell, distribute or circulate a blank insurance identification card.  However, the following shall be exempt from this subsection:  Office of the Insurance Commissioner, insurance companies or bonding companies or their employees or agents or employees of such agents in the discharge of their employment duties.

(c) Any person convicted of a violation of subsection (a) or (b) of this section shall be fined for the first offense not less than $500, nor more than $1500, or imprisoned not less than 30 days, nor more than 60 days, or both.  For each subsequent violation, the person shall be fined not less than $1000, nor more than $2000, or be imprisoned not less than 60 days, nor more than 6 months, or both.

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