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GREEN CARDS WILL NO LONGER BE REQUIRED FOR NI OR OTHER UK REGISTERED VEHICLES – MIBI
This year’s Pride celebrations will run for the month of June with lots of virtual events taking place at home and abroad (Pride) MIBI marked the event on Friday 11 June with a colourful virtual shout out for Pride 2021. (See photo below).
The MIBI strongly supports new measures which will see perjury placed on a statutory footing for the first time and will support the prosecution of those who lie under oath or in sworn affidavits.
On the 8th of March the MIBI gathered virtually to celebrate International Women’s Day and to put focus on the IWD 2021 campaign theme #ChooseToChallenge.
MIBI wish to inform Members that as set out in Section 16 (3G)(1) of the Insurance Amendment (2018) Act, The Minister for Finance has agreed to maintain the current percentage rate contribution of 2 per cent for both the 2020 financial year (contributions payable in June 2021) and the 2021 financial year (contributions payable in June 2022).
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) has hailed the work of An Garda Síochána after two men were handed jail sentences in Limerick Circuit Court , having pleaded guilty under Section 7 of the Criminal Justice (Theft and Fraud Offences) Act 2001 to staging a road traffic collision in order to claim compensation.
More than 164k uninsured private vehicles in the Republic
Given the ever-changing situation in relation to the Covid-19 virus and in keeping with HSE guidelines and the Government pronouncements designed to delay the spread of the virus throughout the community, the MIBI have closed our office to all visitors until further notice.
The Motor Insurers’ Bureau of Ireland (MIBI) has welcomed the withdrawal of a personal injury claim in the High Court as a “victory for putting suspicious claims to the test”.
The MIBI received 2,540 claims relating to uninsured or untraced incidents in 2019.
Uninsured vehicles accounted for over 70% of MIBI claims in 2019
It’s fair to say the last 12 months have been extraordinary from an MIBI perspective. Never before has the Bureau had to deal with issues of such geopolitical magnitude, all undertaken while maintaining our regular service and also seeing through the rollout of important new measures which will themselves have a significant impact on the industry.