A number of car insurance companies have stopped offering coverage for the CarInsurance.com website after a number of problems emerged with the site.
In a statement, the company said it was “deeply disappointed” that the website’s system was not able to properly detect “high-risk” customers and that it was not in compliance with current federal, state and local laws.
“The CarInsage.com system does not comply with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard and is not compliant with any state or local laws,” it said.
“CarInsurance has a history of operating in violation of federal and state laws and regulations, and the company is taking steps to improve its systems.”
“In the last year, the CarCare website has experienced significant and ongoing maintenance issues,” the company continued.
“We have been in contact with CarCare about the issues and are working with them to address them as soon as possible.”
In a statement to The Irish Sun, a spokesperson for the Insurance Bureau of Ireland said that they were aware of the problem and that the insurance company had contacted the National Automobile Club of Ireland (NACI) to address it.
“NACICI has been in regular contact with the company to resolve this issue, and we will be investigating the matter further,” she said.NACDI has been a member of the National Auto Club of India since 1998.
NACI has also been a client of CarInsure since 2012, but the company has not yet responded to a request for comment.
The NACIC I Insurance Service, a subsidiary of NACDI, has been involved in the insurance industry since 2003, and was formed by the National Association of Insurance Agents (NAIA).
According to its website, the NACICS insurance service has a focus on “the provision of direct-to-consumer insurance services for the public sector and private sector customers, including commercial insurance”.NACICS said that it is investigating the issue and that they are “in discussions with the relevant parties and will provide a further update in due course”.
The Insurance Bureau also said that “CarCare is fully compliant with all applicable insurance laws and guidelines”.