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Equipped with policy and coverage data provided by insurance companies, the system will automatically "ping" Tennessee drivers' vehicle registrations for proof of liability insurance coverage.She said drivers with vehicles marked as unconfirmed will receive notices in the mail that they are not in compliance.
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The larger automakers fared particularly well last month with General Motors, Ford and Toyota taking the top three spots for highest sales.Many regions experienced record-low temperatures and frigid conditions for several months, making consumers less likely to pursue their searches for new vehicles, opting to wait until better weather.
If you are hoping for maximum fuel efficiency in your next vehicle, try looking for models with stop-start capabilities.Luckily, this technology is no longer limited to high-end or expensive vehicles, as more models offer this optional fuel-saving capability every year.
Aditya Birla Group is setting up a health insurance company in partnership with South African firm MMI Holdings, market sources said.The global re-insurers who have applied for licences include Munich Re, Swiss Re, Hannover Re, SCOR, Excel ILSE, they said.
In the recently-concluded Budget session, the government tabled the Pension Fund Regulatory Development and Authority, or PFRDA, Bill, 2011 in Lok Sabha that will reform the pension sector further and empower the regulator.It aims to curtail the government's pension liabilities and speed up the development of the sector.
The Cabinet Committee Meeting on Parliamentary Affairs (CCPA) has decided to prepone the budget session to January 31, according to reports.Apart from Singh, the members of the CCPA include Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Ananth Kumar are the known members of CCPA.
Autos-to technology conglomerate Mahindra wants to spur a greater start-up culture within the group, looking to foster new businesses which will compliment its existing products and services."We don't believe start-ups are the private preserve of only garage start-ups.
When two of the biggest banks in the country resist wallets from fintech start-ups, you know a few things are simmering.Mobile wallet start-ups have received the most funding - they have been using this capital to both aggressively market as well as improve the ease of using their technology.