Motor Insurance Database (MID)

 
To comply with the 4th EU Motor Directive, the UK Government established the Motor Insurance Database. The database records the insurance details of all vehicles within the UK and is managed by the Motor Insurance Bureau (MIB).


The Motor Vehicles (Compulsory Insurance) (Information Centre and Compensatory) Regulations 2003 place a legal requirement on fleet and motor trade policyholders to supply accurate and timely vehicle updates to the MID, or else face fines of up to £5,000.

Brokers and policyholders can update vehicle registrations via the Allianz Motor Insurance Database, which automatically updates the MID.

Go to AllianzMID

Contact Allianz MID

For general enquiries, email:
mid.helpdesk@allianz.co.uk

Alternatively, call: 0345 073 1118

Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm

Date-on

The date-on is the date on which the current insurance cover started for that vehicle.
Note: Since all policies are renewed yearly the earliest possible on date is the last renewal date.

Derivative

The derivative of a vehicle is the extra letters that sometimes follow the model of a vehicle. Some examples of the derivative are; Xsi, Gti, L, XL.

‘Immediate load of vehicle data' (within the Act)

DfT’s view was that the requirement to supply data ‘immediately’ would be interpreted by the courts as "the time taken by a person using reasonable efforts". "Reasonable efforts" would vary from case-to-case, but an acceptable range would typically be 10-14 days.

Location code

This field is optional and has been designed to assist clients with subsidiary companies or depots, who would like to record their vehicles under different headings or locations.

Road Registered Indicator

Road registered indicator is simply whether the vehicle is registered with the DVLA to drive on the road.

Single Day Addition

A vehicle which is on cover for only one day.