Now you can take out a Green Card policy from INGO not only on a green form, but also receive it by e-mail.
The sales system works similarly to the CTPCI (Motor TPL) policies. To take out a policy, the insured must fill out an electronic form on the website of the insurance company or its partners or with the help of an agent, and the insurance company responds with an offer to conclude an insurance contract. After signing and paying for it, a pdf file with a generated black-and-white Green Card insurance certificate and a visual form of the insurance policy are instantly sent to the mail. Information about the policy is entered into the MTIBU Central Database.
It should be noted that the rules of the international system of automobile insurance "Green Card" require the driver to have a paper (white-green or black-and-white) version of the international insurance certificate. Therefore, the received Green Card form MUST be printed out by yourself before crossing the border. It should also be remembered that electronic international insurance contracts come into force no earlier than 00 o'clock of the day following the day of the contract conclusion. It is not possible to purchase a policy "today for today".
The implementation of the E-Contracts project is more timely than ever. After all, with the outbreak of a full-scale war, the number of people traveling abroad has increased significantly. Accordingly, sales of Green Card policies, which are mandatory for crossing the border by vehicle, have also increased. In 6 months of 2022, more than 720 thousand Green Card insurance contracts were issued, which is more than twice as many as in the same period last year (+119%).
As a reminder, in accordance with the decision of the MTIBU to terminate bilateral agreements (Procedural Rules) with the National Bureaus of Russia and Belarus on mutual recognition of Green Card insurance certificates, dated 05.04.2022, any Green Card insurance certificates issued by Russian or Belarusian insurance companies are considered invalid in Ukraine, and vehicles, in the absence of a corresponding Ukrainian policy of compulsory civil liability insurance, are considered unsecured (uninsured).