Registered MPOHVs will receive a certificate of registration and a license plate.
January 10, 2024 at 04:12 PM
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The Georgia Commissioner of Insurance published a Bulletin addressed to all Georgia property and casualty carriers and personal lines agents reminding them that auto insurance coverage on multipurpose off-highway vehicles (MPOHV) registered for use on county roads must be reported to the Georgia Department of Revenue’s Georgia Electronic Insurance Compliance System (GEICS). All licensed insurers must electronically transmit coverage information of registered MPOHVs to GEICS within 30 days of the date coverage begins.
2023 Georgia House Bill 121 made amendments to the Official Code of Georgia Annotated to provide information on MPOHVs and to provide for their registration. It defines “multipurpose off-highway vehicle” as any motorized vehicle having features specifically intended for utility use and having the following characteristics:
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