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Read your insurance card that you keep in the car with your registration info. It will say NAIC #. (EX: State Farm's NAIC # is located in upper left corner of insurance card.) Every insurance company licensed to conduct business in Pennsylvania has been issued a National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC) number. This number appears on most, but not all insurance cards. If you are not sure where the code is on your insurance card, you should contact your insurance agent for additional information. Please note that you do not need your NAIC code to renew your vehicle registration online.

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