Frequently Asked Questions

You can file 17 different certificates using Tyler Insurance Filings:

Type Certificate Description
Commercial Form E Uniform Motor Carrier Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Certification of Insurance
Commercial Form H Uniform Motor Carrier Cargo Certificate of Insurance
Commercial Form EH Form E and Form H created and submitted in a single filing
Commercial Form F Uniform Motor Carrier Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Insurance Endorsement
Commercial Form K Uniform Notice of Cancellation of Motor Carrier Insurance Policies
California state-specific MCP 65 (or MC 65 M) Motor Carriers of Property Certificate of Insurance
California state-specific MCP 66 (or MC 66 M) Notice of Cancellation of Insurance
California state-specific MCP 67 (or MC 67 M) Insurance Policy Endorsement: Motor Carriers of Property, Bodily Injury Liability and Property Damage Liability
California state-specific REG 1323 Private Carrier of Passengers Certificate of Insurance
California state-specific REG 1324 Insurance Policy Endorsement: Private Carrier of Passengers
California state-specific REG 1325 Notice of Cancellation of Insurance
Personal proof of insurance SR22 Uniform Financial Responsibility Certificate of Insurance
Personal proof of insurance SR23 Uniform Financial Responsibility Notice for Fleets
Personal proof of insurance SR26 Uniform Financial Responsibility Notice of Cancellation or Termination
Federal BMC-34 Household Goods Motor Carrier Cargo Liability Certificate of Insurance
Federal BMC-35 Notice of Cancellation of Motor Carrier Insurance
Federal BMC-91X Motor Carrier Automobile Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability
Federal MCS-90 Endorsement for Motor Carrier Policies of Insurance for Public Liability

23 states accept electronic filings submitted via Tyler Insurance Filings: Alabama, California, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Mexico, New York, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, South Carolina and Washington.

Tyler Insurance Filings provides the option to generate PDF certificates for all other states that can be printed and submitted via mail, fax, or other means.

Insurance companies, managing general agents (MGAs), filing agents, and authorized insurance company representatives are eligible to use Tyler Insurance Filings to report insurance to participating states. Register online.

Proof of insurance must be submitted by the insurer. Policyholders are not allowed to file on their own behalf.

Yes, insurers and government agencies can set up web service integration with Tyler Insurance Filings to send and receive data. Review the web service documentation for insurers or government and contact to get started.

Yes, your agency can be set up to automatically pull filings from Tyler Insurance Filings using web service or similar secure, electronic transfer. Please contact for more information.

Insurers can register online or download an agreement to return by email or fax. There are no sign up fees.

To sign up for a government agency account, contact us at to get started.

The Optional Fax Service uses an Application Programming Interface (API) to send fax documents using the cloud to Montana, Nevada, Rhode Island, and West Virginia. This optional service is available for no additional fee. Insurance company users can opt-in to the fax service during the process of creating a new filing. All faxes automatically include a cover sheet.

Go to the Reset Password page to initiate a request for a temporary password. You will receive an email with further instructions on how to log in.

Still can't login? Contact customer support at or call 703-841-6374, Monday - Friday from 9AM - 5PM Eastern Time.

New users can be added by your company's Admin User using the Manage User menu options in the administrator interface. Log in with your administrator Login ID and password to access these features.

If you are not your company's Admin User, contact customer support at or call 703-841-6374, Monday - Friday from 9AM - 5PM Eastern Time for further assistance.

Electronic forms filed to participating government agencies are sent instantly by Tyler Insurance Filings to the corresponding agency when the submit button is clicked. After submission, you will receive a filing summary and receipt.

Look up the current status of a filing using the Search Filings feature. You will receive instant email notifications any time your filing status has changed.

PDF certificates for non-participating agencies are not submitted automatically. You must print or save and submit these forms through other means outside of Tyler Insurance Filings.

Forms are processed by representatives from participating government agencies. Look up the current status of a filing using the Search Filings feature.

Processing times vary based on the agency, time of year, and the number of filings waiting for review.

Filers pay a $5.50 fee per form, per government agency. No additional charges above and beyond the $5.50 filing fee are assessed to insurance companies to sign up or integrate with Tyler Insurance Filings.

Government agencies participate in Tyler Insurance Filings at no cost.

Reach out to your organization's Admin User to request user credentials. Email if you are not sure who acts as the administrator for your organization.

Yes, user manuals are available for each user type by clicking the User Manual link located in the top navigation bar after you log in.

Yes, the Tyler Insurance Filings Insurance User Manual contains any special filing instructions for the participating agencies. This manual can be found in the top navigation bar when logged in.

MCP 65 and MCP 66 forms are required for property carriers, while REG 1323 and REG 1325 forms are filed for passenger carriers that are not compensated (e.g., church vans, camp vehicles).

Form SR22 is the short-hand name for the Uniform Financial Responsibility Insurance Certificate. SR22 forms are required as proof of financial responsibility following the suspension or revocation of a driver's or owner's operating and registration privileges. Many states require future proof of financial responsibility for reinstatement.

No, Form F and the MCS-90 endorsement are similar but used for different types of carriers. MCS-90 is a federal form for interstate carriers. Form F is used for intrastate motor carriers.

Filings are automatically transmitted to agencies for review after submission. A new filing with the correct information would need to be filed.

Filing status decisions are in the purview of each government authority. You will receive a rejection notice email that contains rejection notes provided by the agency for further guidance.

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