Governor Jerry Brown comes up with a great facility for the California drivers
San Francisco, CA -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/17/2012 -- California bill to allow motorists to show proof of auto insurance on their smart-phones signed into law
A new bill, which allows California motorists to present proof of auto insurance and senior auto insurance via smart phones or any other electronic device was recently passed by California Governor Jerry Brown.
Assemblyman Gatto said, “This legislation falls into the category of making people’s lives easier by embracing technology in order to eliminate one of life’s small hassles, and it brings laws dealing with possessing and presenting proof of auto insurance into the electronic age,” according to eNewsChannels.com.
The bill further clarifies that the providers will be authorized to provide state-required document proof electronically. It further clarifies that for law enforcement agencies, the electronic document will be the equivalent to any paper document and will be allowed to be presented to any authority figure in case of an accident or a traffic stop. This will be available for any range of persons, including senior car insurance
In order to avoid a panicking situation when someone is stopped for whatever reason, this method will allow the driver to easily access the documentation instead of scrambling for it. It is a common scenario where people begin searching for insurance documents in glove compartments and end up empty handed, especially with car insurance for seniors. Keeping that scenario in mind, the new bill has been passed to incorporate the use of technology in our society and make things easier for California drivers.
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