Spanish Motor Insurers Bureau

Home » About Ofesauto

About Ofesauto

OFESAUTO is the Spanish Motor Insurance Bureau, including all motor insurance companies acting in Spain

What is Ofesauto?

OFESAUTO is the Spanish Motor Insurers Bureau.

Double direction road with grove and ofesauto logo

It consists of an Organisation participated in by all the insurance companies authorized to operate in Spain offering Car Insurance, plus the Consorcio de Compensación de Seguros (the Spanish Compensation Body)

OFESAUTO is a non-profit organisation. It was established under the Organisations Law on May the 7th, 1953. It received authorization by the Government to be a part of the Council of National Bureaux on January the 28th, 1966.

Its operational rules were set out for the first time by means of Tax Office Orders of May the 13th and 26th, 1965. Later, once Spain entered (joined) the Common Market in 1987, its roles were set out by the Order of September the 25th, and which were incorporated in the Compulsory Motor Vehicles Third Party Liability Regulations (Art.21) RD 1507/2008 (BOE 13-09-2008).

Latest News

Spain: three insurance groups exceed 1 billion € in motor insurance premium.

MAPFRE leads the ranking of motor insurance premiums at the end of 2021. It is the only company that exceeds the barrier of 2 billion € income in the branch....

Spain: FIVA detecs slight increase of the MTPL insured vehicle fleet

The number of insured vehicles in Spain stood at 32,597,487 units at the end of the fourth quarter of 2021. This data corresponds to the average of the months...

E-scooters in Spain: legal framework and accident liability (January 2022)

OFESAUTO’s contributing lawyer María Remedios (Maren) García-Valle Pérez from the firm GARCIA-VALLE ABOGADOS SLP analyses the legal framework applicable to...

Withdrawal of membership of the Israeli Insurance Bureau – modification of the IMIC

As it was announced during the last Annual General Assembly of the COB, Israel will no longer participate in the Green Card system as of 1st January 2022. At...
vehicle accident