Mr. Josep Vila, CEO of the Spanish Insurance company PLUS ULTRA and current President of OFESAUTO, passed away last Saturday at the young age of 55. Bachelor in Science (BSc) from the University of Barcelona, he had a Master in Business Administration and Economy from...
In several forums we have talked about the question (or better said our “vision”) of what the format of the “Green Card” support document would be in the future.
As everybody knows, what is colloquially called “Green Card” is (in theory) an International Certification proving the existence of a third party liability insurance coverage. This document is required to travel on certain countries.
Currently this certificate is a green paper document containing a specific content and with standardized measures..
The reflection that we make is the following: should, in the XXI century, a document printed on a green paper, be the valid proof of insurance coverage for a vehicle?