Panama Auto policy must be kept in your vehicle!
Wednesday, December 20 2017 @ 02:03 PM UTC
Contributed by: Kevin Bradley
Based on article 236-A of the Panama traffic regulations, from April 3, 2017 the ATTT, be warned that if you do not have your insurance policy in the vehicle and are involved in an accident, they will impose the fine of 100 dollars. For a routine traffic stop, failure to produce a current policy can result in a fine of 50 dollars. Both infractions may result in towing/removal of the vehicle. Please check that you have a current automobile policy in your vehicle!
Lately, I have experienced delays receiving policies from various insurance companies, but we are trying to keep on top of the problem. Please check the renewal dates and call your broker to obtain a current copy of your automobile policy.
Remember to check the "fecha de Vencimento" of your drivers license, Panama Auto Insurance is not valid while driving with an EXPIRED drivers license!
* Kevin = firstname.lastname@example.org 6674-1063 cel. 322-1605 direct
* Carmen = New Policies/quotes (Speaks/Writes perfect English) email@example.com 6613-1063 cel. 322-1605 direct