Maryland Code, Transportation § 20-105.1

(a) In addition to the information that is required to be given under §§ 20-104 and 20-105 of this title, the driver of each vehicle involved in an accident under either of those sections shall also give the following information:

(1) Name and address of the insurance carrier or other provider of security for the person giving the information;

(2) Policy or other identifying number of the liability insurance or other security, if it is available;

(3) Name and address of the local insurance producer or local office of the insurance carrier or other provider of security, if it is available;  and

(4) For a vehicle that is self-insured under the Administration's self-insurance program, evidence of self-insurance in the form required by the Administration.

(b)(1) The Administration shall adopt regulations that:

(i) Establish the form and content of the evidence of self-insurance required under subsection (a)(4) of this section;  and

(ii) Require each self-insurer to maintain the evidence of self-insurance in each vehicle covered under the self-insurer's self-insurance certificate.

(2) Regulations adopted by the Administration under paragraph (1) of this subsection shall require the evidence of self-insurance to include:

(i) The name, address, and self-insurance certificate number of the self-insurer;

(ii) The name, address, and telephone number of the self-insurer's third party administrator or third party adjuster;  and

(iii) The vehicle identification number of the self-insured vehicle.

(c) The information specified in subsections (a) and (b) of this section shall be given to any person required to be notified under § 20-104 or § 20-105 of this title.


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