ACORD 90 CT (2003/06) – Connecticut Personal Auto Application
Following are the differences from ACORD 90, the generic Personal Auto Application. For instructions on completing the balance of this form, refer to ACORD 90, the generic Personal Auto Application Instructions, on thiswebsite.
- Although the Connecticut legislature revised the state’s no-fault law January 1, 1994, so that these coverages are no longer mandatory, coverage can still be made available. Many companies are continuing to offer Basic
- Reparations Benefits and/or Added Basic Reparations Benefits (no-fault coverages). Consequently, these items are included in the Coverages/Premium section.
- Uninsured Motorists and Underinsured Motorists coverages are combined.
- Uninsured Motorists Conversion coverage is added to the Coverages/Premiums section. This coverage can be purchased instead of Uninsured/Underinsured Motorists coverage.
- Full Glass Optional coverage added to Comprehensive.
- Expanded Notice of Information Practices (Privacy Notification).