Mississippi Bill Could Require Insurance Sticker on Windshields

January 18, 2019

The Mississippi House of Representatives is reviewing a bill that aims “to require an insurance sticker be maintained on motor vehicles on the lower, driver’s side of the front windshield of the motor vehicle to indicate proof of financial responsibility; to require insurance companies to issue the sticker; to provide the same provisions and penalties for failure to maintain as provided for insurance cards; and for related purposes.”

The bill, HB 158, was introduced on January 11 and referred to the House Insurance Committee.

Click here for the full text of HB 158.

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