Gov. Rick Scott and the Florida Cabinet on Tuesday approved a measure – backed by a St. Petersburg lawmaker – allowing drivers to show proof of motor-vehicle insurance through cell phones, tablets and other electronic devices.
The idea is that drivers can use their personal devices to download an application that lets them display an “e-copy” of their insurance card when pulled over by police.
For Immediate Release Contact: Bob Sparks or Rich Ramos August 2, 2013 (850) 412-1060 MATT CARTER JOINS RAMOS & SPARKS GROUP (Tallahassee, FL) – Matt Carter, former Public Service Commission Chairman and current member of the governing board of the state university system, has joined the Tallahassee firm of Ramos & Sparks Group. Carter will […]