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ACORD to Update MD Personal Auto App

June 12, 2019
10:45 AM

ACORD will amend its Maryland Personal Auto Application (ACORD 90 MD) and Personal Auto Application Section (ACORD 290 MD) effective August 2019. Regulatory changes triggered the majority of updates.*

It is critical that your agency use the most current ACORD forms. In fact, it is a licensing-agreement violation to issue prior versions of a superseded ACORD form once a new form has been introduced. (This stems from the licensing agreement between ACORD and your agency management system vendor.)

The best course of action is to apply updates to your agency management system. This helps to ensure that you are using the most current forms, which ACORD may introduce throughout the year.

*As of August, ACORD will implement the following Maryland Personal Auto Application changes.

ACORD 90 MD (2019/08) – Maryland Personal Auto Application

  1. New Acord Logo
  2. Instead of fields for EUIM, for each accident, each person and property damage and CSL, a single EUIM Included box has been added.
  3. Added vertical lines in the “EUIM” row on the first page.
  4. Deleted on Page 4 of 4: “PERSONAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU, INCLUDING INFORMATION FROM A CREDIT OR OTHER INVESTIGATIVE REPORT…… SUBMIT A REQUEST TO US FOR A MORE DETAILED DESCRIPTION OF YOUR RIGHTS AND OUR PRACTICES REGARDING PERSONAL INFORMATION.”
  5. Added on Page 4 of 4: Check here if the insurer uses credit history to rate private passenger motor vehicles. You are advised pursuant to Maryland law, that the insurer uses credit history to rate private passenger motor vehicle policies.
  6. Added on Page of 4 of 4: You are also advised that you may request a premium quotation that separately identifies the portion of the premium attributable to your credit history.
  7. Revised Copyright dates to 2019 and date of Form.

ACORD 290 MD (2019/08) – Maryland Personal Auto Application Section

  1. New ACORD logo.
  2. Instead of fields for EUIM, for each accident, each person and property damage and CSL, a single EUIM Included box has been added.
  3. Added vertical lines in the “EUIM” row on the first page.
  4. Added on Page 4 of 4: Check here if the insurer uses credit history to rate private passenger motor vehicles. You are advised pursuant to Maryland law, that the insurer uses credit history to rate private passenger motor vehicle policies. 
  5. Added on Page of 4 of 4: You are also advised that you may request a premium quotation that separately identifies the portion of the premium attributable to your credit history.
  6. Revised Copyright dates to 2019 and date of Form.