Can I hold two valid driver's licenses?
August 22, 2016
June 25, 2016
The Types of POAs
August 22, 2015
What should I do when I receive a letter from the Department stating that my insurance was cancelled; however, I do have insurance with that company?
I changed insurance companies, will my new insurance notify PennDOT?
No, Insurance companies are NOT required by law to notify PennDOT when a vehicle owner acquires a new policy. It is the vehicle owner’s responsibility...
If your insurance coverage has an effective date that is the same or earlier than the cancellation date, and was issued by your insurance company, you...
Distinctive Notary (Source: Practical Guide for Notaries, 30th ed.)
Ther are four basic types of POAs that cover different situations:
A general POA authorizes the agent to transact all business of the principal.
A limited POA is limited regarding what it may be used for and/or how long it is in effect.
A secure POA contains secuirty features and is used only by a registered Pennsylvania motor vehicle dealer or by a PennDOT approved insurance company in a motor vehicle transaction.
A springing POA is used most often for medical reasons.
Power of Attorney
Types of Power of Attorney
Letter from Penndot