What is an ADOT Code?
Arizona won't let me verify insurance online without it, but I don't know it. Is it a state form of NAIC? I got a notice from ADOT that I needed to verify insurance, which I have never had to do manually. But online, they won't let me submit it without the "ADOT Code". I have no idea what that is. My broker, who is in California, has no idea what that is. Called ADOT, they said its normal and broker should know it!? I have Travelers. Is the ADOT Code a state variation of the NAIC?
ADOT stands for Arizona Department of Transportation, and the ADOT code identifies your insurance company to the state proving that you have the minimum amount of liability coverage. If you're curious you can read more about auto insurance requirements in Arizona.
Your ADOT code should be listed on your ID card from Travelers. If you don't see it listed there, contact Travelers customer service and get them to provide it for you. Good luck.
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