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MIB

abbreviation for MOTOR INSURERS BUREAU.
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The RAC said: "If a motorist discovers their policy details are not held by the MIB, they should contact their insurer."
Paul Ryman-Tubb, head of technical at the MIB, explains: "Our role is to pick up the claim when there is no one else to pay."
Released to the media each month, the index is based on the number of searches MIB life member company underwriters perform on the MIB Checking Service database.
According to Moody's, the rating action is driven by MIB's success in withstanding negative pressure on its business franchise, and in further materially expanding its deposit base in 2009.
MIB chief executive Ashton West said: "Mr Borowski was tragically injured whilst a passenger in an uninsured vehicle, resulting in him sustaining extensive back and head injuries which have had a serious impact on his life.
Upon receipt of an application accompanied by a suitable authorization, member companies conduct a search of MIB records as part of their usual underwriting procedure.
Overall, the MIB estimates more than 1.7 million motorists broke the law during 2008 by driving despite not having motor cover.
Genetic similarities between genotypes ranged from 14.0 ('Jalo EEP558' and 'DOR 364') to 91.4 ('MIB 152' and 'MIB 465').
Ashton West, group CEO of the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB), said: "It is music to our ears that the police in Newcastle and Northumberland are taking such a pro-active stance to get uninsured vehicles off the roads.
The MIB compact model (named after the authors) for circuit simulation is presented and the characteristics and power dissipation of the single-electron transistor inverter are analyzed.