Since yesterday, the National Traffic Agency (ANT for its Spanish acronym) resumed the collection of the Public Payment System of Traffic Accidents (Sppat for its Spanish acronym), which replaces the SOAT (Compulsory Insurance of Traffic Accidents). This, after it was suspended in February for inconvenience in the database of private insurers.
The National Transit Agency (TNA for its Spanish acronym) said that those who enrolled before Monday its car will receive “timely” information to know when they should cancel the new rate. In addition, owners of vehicles with plate finished in 2 must cancel the service at the same time as the vehicle registration for this year.
Lorena Bravo, executive director of the Transit Agency, said the service will be equal to the SOAT on conditions and amounts of coverage against accidents.
To check the amount top ay for the Sppat, interested parties have the option to call the 1800 Fonsat (366-728) or visit the websitewww.agenciatransporte.gob.ec, entering with the license plate.