96th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session
Bills Indexed by Subject
INSURANCE - AUTOMOBILE

BillSponsor Bill StringDate/Last Action
 Bill Information
HB1074Sater, David HB 10742/13/2012 Public Hearing Completed (H)
  4218L.01I - Allows an insured motorist to purchase supplemental property damage coverage not currently included in an uninsured motorist policy
HB1184Parkinson, Mark HB 11841/19/2012 Referred: General Laws (H)
  4586L.01I - Specifies that any person who fails to provide proof of motor vehicle financial responsibility will have the vehicle he or she is operating impounded until valid proof is provided and all fees are paid
SB696Kraus, Will SB 6961/24/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  5038S.01I - Allows uninsured motor vehicles to be towed under certain circumstances and increases fines, suspensions and reinstatement fees for certain uninsured motorists
SB713Lamping, John SB 7131/26/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  4355S.03I - Modifies provisions relating to adoption records
HB1658Molendorp, Chris HB 16583/8/2012 Voted Do Pass (H)
  5314L.02I - Changes the penalty for a person who fails to maintain motor vehicle financial responsibility
SB879Wasson, Jay SB 8792/29/2012 Introduced and First Read (S)
  6048S.01I - Allows insurers that purchase vehicles through the claims adjustment process to obtain salvage certificate of titles or junking certificates under certain conditions
HB1875Nance, Bob HCS HB 18754/18/2012 Public Hearing Held (S)
  6049H.02P - Establishes a procedure by which insurers who purchase vehicles through the claims adjustment process can obtain a salvage title or junking certificate when they are unable to obtain a negotiable title
HB1884Marshall, Nick HB 18844/26/2012 Referred: Insurance Policy (H)
  5845L.01I - Changes the insurance coverage requirements for a motor vehicle liability insurance policy issued to a person with one or more convictions for a driving while intoxicated offense
HB2046Phillips, Don HB 20464/4/2012 Referred: General Laws (H)
  6272L.01I - Specifies that any vehicle repaired by a body shop authorized by the owner's insurance company following a traffic accident must be deemed adequately repaired without diminished value for resale
HB2052Johnson, Delus HB 20524/18/2012 Referred: Transportation (H)
  6276L.01I - Allows a person 21 years of age or older to operate a motorcycle on any state highway without protective headgear if he or she has obtained a helmet-free endorsement from the Department of Revenue