Auto Insurance Verification Letter

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Updated July 04, 2022

An auto insurance verification letter is a form that provides proof to any third (3rd) party (such as a rental car agency, DMV office, etc.) that a driver has auto insurance. The requesting third (3rd) party must deliver the form to the driver’s insurance provider in order to obtain specific information regarding the driver’s insurance policy, such as the policy number, expiration date of insurance, and details pertaining to accident coverage. After the form has been completed by an agent of the insurance company, it should be delivered back to the third (3rd) party for review.

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Step 1 – Download the auto insurance verification letter in Adobe PDF, Microsoft Word (.docx), or Open Document Text (.odt).

Step 2 – The client must begin filling in the form by providing their first and last name. Next, the client shall enter the name of the third (3rd) party and describe the purpose of the letter.

Step 3 – In the next two (2) entry fields of the form, the third (3rd) party must enter their fax number or email address. The subsequent empty spaces must be filled in by the client’s insurance company (agent). In the remaining empty spaces, the agent must enter the following:

  • Client’s name
  • Client’s address (city, state, zip)
  • Name of insurance company
  • Insurance company’s phone #
  • Agent’s name
  • Insurance company’s fax #

Step 4 – Next, the agent must specify the following details before delivering the form back to the third (3rd) party:

  • Is there liability for injuries or damage to a third (3rd) party? (y/n)
  • Does the coverage cover the insured individual in an accident? (y/n)
  • Does the coverage pay for damage done to rental vehicles? (y/n)
  • Policy #
  • Expiration date
  • Agent’s signature
  • Agent’s printed name