El Salvador: Tender for Vehicle Insurance

The Ministry of Defense is launching a recruitment process for insurance policies for motor vehicles in the Armed Forces.

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

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Tender for Vehicle Insurance

February 2018

In Honduras, contracts are being sought for one year insurance policies to cover the vehicle fleets of the Ministry of Finance and the National Autonomous University.

Honduras Government Purchase LPN 03-2018-SEAF-UNAH:

"Provision of an insurance policy for several motor vehicles belonging to the National Autonomous University of Honduras, for coverage from April 2018 to April 2019."

Extension Approved for Compulsory Vehicle Insurance

June 2012

The Legislative Assembly of El Salvador has approved an extension, until next December 31 2012, for the enforcement of compulsory insurance of vehicles.

From a press release from the Legislative Assembly of El Salvador:

With 68 votes, the Legislature approved on Thursday, an extension of six months for the enforcement of compulsory insurance for liability for damages to third parties, resulting in traffic accidents, a provision is established in the Law of Land Transport, Traffic and Road Safety.

El Salvador Could Delay Compulsory Insurance

February 2010

The Legislative is considering pushing until December 31, 2010, the coming into force of third party compulsory insurance.

The discussion comes after a group of insurance companies requested the Legislative Assembly to push this date back.

La Prensa Gráfica explained that the measure would force vehicle owners to pay insurance to cover them in case they affect any third parties.

El Salvador: Compulsory Third Party Injury Insurance has no Effect

May 2009

The request for compulsory insurance against third party injuries, which came into force on May 20, shall have no effect.

This was confirmed today by Deputy Minister of Transport Luis Felipe Moreno, who had given the order to Central American Traffic Services SA of C.V. (SERTACEN) to demand the existing policy on May 8.

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