Motor Vehicles Insurance Limited (MVIL)

ICCC Releases Draft Report

ICCC informs that the existing five-year Regulatory Contract binding between ICCC and MVIL is due to expire on December 31, 2022, hence this review is undertaken to determine and set a new Regulatory Contract for the next five years (2023-2027).

MVIL, Central Gov’t Renew Agreement

Present at the signing of the MoA with MVIL on Tuesday in Port Moresby was Central Province Governor, Robert Agarobe, Deputy Governor William Wavi, Provincial Administrator, Francis Koaba and other senior officers from both organizations.

MVIL Managing Director, Michael Makap said, “The renewal of the MoA with the Central Provincial Government is a show of confidence in our ability to provide efficient customer service on behalf of the parties.”

Makap sighted that the MoA provides for a win-win outcome in that it allows for:

New car owners to meet outstanding payments

MVIL announced this in a notice to the general public for owners or policy holders who are yet to claim for refunds regarding 2016 excess payment and short payment.

The notice states that short (outstanding) payment customers will settle their outstanding payments through MVIL’s counters during registration day.

And new owners of vehicles which have outstanding payments will liable to settle them.

What drivers can expect when being pulled over

Assistant Commissioner of Traffic, Jerry Frank, says there is a clear demarcation between civilian road safety officers and traffic police.

Frank made this statement when reiterating calls made by the NCD Metropolitan police commander Ben Turi that no officers, whether with Motor Vehicles Insurance Limited (MVIL) or police, are regulated under any traffic act to remove licences.

He says if the offenders have committed an offense then they should be dealt with under the law rather than have their licences taken.