Which state DMV’s are not in Compliance with NMVTIS?

Jan | 15 | 11

Currently, 88% of the U.S. DMV data is represented in the NMVTIS system.  Under the Anti-Car Theft Act, as of Jan 1, 2010 all state DMV’s were required to report to NMVTIS every 24 hours, however not all states are in compliance. This non-compliance affects the Title Registrations and Title Brands available in RigDig. However, it has no impact on the Junk, Salvage and Insurance information provided by NMVTIS to RigDig.  All non-compliant states are at different stages of meeting their compliance requirements.

The non-compliant states that represent the remaining 12% of activity include:  The District of Columbia, Hawaii, Illinois, Kansas, Maine, Michigan, Mississippi, Oregon, Rhode Island and Vermont.

***Last updated 6/8/12

As a quick reminder, the state DMV non-compliance with the Jan 1, 2010 deadline only affects the Title, Title Brand and Odometer Brand information provided in RigDig.  All the other important information, such as rollover-accidents, total loss insurance claims, etc. are not provided by state DMV’s and are not affected.

***Last updated 7/30/11

Over the last 10 years RigDig has reported an average over 93,000 federally reported tow-away accidents annually for class 3-8 trucks. Of these accidents, 2.9% resulted in a fatality.

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2.8% of all RigDig Reports run by users were for trucks that were flagged as either Junk, Salvage or had a serious Salvage Title.

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