The Maine Automobile Insurance Plan was established pursuant to Title
24A, M.R.S.A., Section 2325 dated January 1, 1970 for granting automobile
bodily injury and property damage liability, medical payments and physical
damage insurance to applicants who are unable to obtain such coverage
through the voluntary market.
Information pertaining to such things as eligibility criteria, extent of
coverage provided, establishing an effective date of coverage and rate
classifications can be found in the Maine Plan Manual.
Producers licensed by the Maine Bureau of Insurance to transact
automobile insurance business in the state of Maine and who are certified by
the Plan are eligible to submit applications to the Maine Plan. For more
details regarding the Plan's certification program, please refer to the Plan
Section entitled PRODUCER CERTIFICATION PROGRAM.
To be eligible for coverage, the applicant must certify that he/she has
attempted, but has been unable to obtain automobile insurance in the state
of Maine within the preceding 60 days. For a complete list of the
eligibility criteria, please refer to the Plan section entitled ELIGIBILITY.
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On September 18, 2018 the Plan will introduce two options that allow certified producers to create the Plan’s temporary insurance identification (ID) cards at the point of sale through the Plan’s Electronic Application Submission Interface (EASi). This new functionality is provided at no cost to producers.
For Private Passenger and Commercial Applications Submitted through EASi
The automation of the Maine Plan’s temporary ID card is available for both Plan private passenger and Plan commercial applications submitted through EASi. Following the electronic submission of the private passenger or commercial application, a Plan certified producer will have the option of generating and printing a Plan temporary ID card. The application data entered into EASi will be inserted automatically onto the card, which can then be printed and used immediately by the Plan applicant.
For Commercial Applications NOT Submitted through EASi or Endorsement
The current Annual Report of Operations is now available for electronic access from the Plan's website under the Plan Documents module.
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