Insurance Compliance Information
Connecticut state law (Title 14, Sec. 14-12g) requires continuous insurance coverage on any registered vehicle.
If you have not maintained insurance on a registered vehicle, you will receive a "warning notice" from DMV. The "warning notice" will have instructions on how to proceed. Failure to respond to your warning notice within 30 days will result in a suspension notice being sent.
As a reminder, any time that you cancel insurance on your vehicle or your registration has expired, you must notify DMV and cancel your license plates.
If you have received a warning notice:
A vehicle owner can enter into an Insurance Compliance Consent Agreement (form SR-37), obtain insurance and pay the insurance compliance fine of $200 to meet requirements.
There are some instances where insurance companies incorrectly inform the DMV of changes in coverage. If you have received a "warning notice", you must provide proof of continuous insurance to DMV.
Insurance Compliance correspondence should be addressed to:
Department of Motor Vehicles
Insurance Compliance Unit
60 State Street
Wethersfield, CT 06161
If your registration renewal is “on hold” due to an insurance compliance case and you have made an attempt to comply by sending proof of insurance or entering into a consent agreement:
PLEASE NOTE: The DMV's Insurance Compliance Unit does not process cases in-person. All transactions must be conducted by mail or through a drop-off location in the Wethersfield Office. The drop box is located in the first floor lobby (near the elevator).
For more information, please call the DMV's Insurance Compliance Unit at (860) 263-5725.
DMV's Insurance Compliance Unit has phone operators on duty:
Content Last Modified on 3/21/2013 2:53:26 PM