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ISO Motor Vehicle Report setup

Verisk’s analytics company, iiX, offers an ISO Motor Vehicle Reports (MVR) service. The MVR service allows users to obtain MVRs from all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and select Canadian provinces. BriteCore’s ISO Motor Vehicle Reports integration functions similarly to its integrations with ISO Loss History and ISO Credit Scoring.

The ISO MVRs are used to write auto property damage lines of business. The MVRs provide information about drivers, such as age, license status, and previous incidents.

Get started

To get started:

  1. Contact IIX.
  2. Complete a sales request.
  3. Complete the required forms.
  4. Obtain the following information:
    1. Account number
    2. Username
    3. Password

BriteCore setup

Set up a vendor

To set up a vendor:

  1. In the BriteCore menu, select Settings.
  2. In the Settings menu, select Vendors.
  3. In the Risk Assessment section, select ISO Motor Vehicle Reports.
  4. Next to ISO Motor Vehicle Reports, select the edit icon .
  5. In the ISO MVR dialog box, complete the following steps:
    1. In the Account Number box, type your account number.
    2. In the Username box, type your username.
    3. In the Password box, type your password.
    4. Select Done.
  6. At the bottom of the screen, select Save.

Enable MVR for each Policy Type

To enable MVR for each Policy Type:

  1. In the BriteCore menu, select Lines.
  2. On the Effective Dates screen, select the applicable effective date.
  3. On the Policy Types screen, complete the following steps:
    1. In the Select State or Province dropdown list, select the applicable state or province.
    2. Navigate to the applicable Line, and then, next to the applicable policy type, select the edit icon .
  4. Navigate to and select Allow motor vehicle report for this policy type.
  5. Repeat steps 3-6 for each applicable policy type.

MVR Reports Attachment

When writing umbrella policies, you may find having the full MVR report attached to the contact rather than the policy is helpful.

An MVR is created when:

  • Agents quote in the Agent Portal.
  • Underwriters or other internal staff create a quote in the Administrative Portal.

Note: MVRs are attached to the insured’s contact in the Contacts module as a PDF.

Access the MVR Report

Administrators can access the MVR Report in two locations:

  • Contacts module
  • Policies module

Contacts module

To access the MVR Report in the Contacts module:

  1. In the BriteCore menu, select Contacts.
  2. In the Search box, type the name of the applicable contact, and then select Go.
  3. In the search results, select the applicable contact.
  4. In the MVR Reports section, select the magnifying glass to access the PDF.

Policies module

To access the MVR Report in the Policies module:

  1. In the BriteCore menu, select Policies.
  2. On the Policies screen, navigate to and select the applicable policy.
  3. In the Policy menu, select Information.
  4. In the Contacts section, under Named Insured, select the contact icon Contact icon..
  5. In the MVR Reports section, select the magnifying glass to access the PDF.

Figure 1: A sample MVR.

Make Credit Score mandatory

Note: This works only for the policy wizard workflow.

To make Credit Score mandatory:

  1. Set up a credit scoring vendor.
  2. While configuring the business requirements, set the Credit Score as Mandatory.

BriteCore processing

Driver information is stored in the MotorVehicleReport database table. Administrators can access the data using a line item.

The line item should be set up as a scheduled item.

Figure 2: The Setup screen.

Figure 3: The Supplemental Questions section of the Setup screen.

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