pennsylvania Private Passenger Automobile Data Call
The Pennsylvania Insurance Department (Department) is conducting its annual Private Passenger Automobile Data Call (previously referred to as the "Act 6 Data Call"). The purpose of this data call is to monitor the private passenger automobile insurance marketplace in Pennsylvania.
Companies with Pennsylvania private passenger automobile direct written premium in 2016 are required to complete Parts 1 and 2. Data for more than one insurance company may not be combined into a single submission. This information is to be submitted to the Department no later than October 16, 2017.
Insurance Companies with no Pennsylvania private passenger automobile direct written premium in 2016 are required to submit only Part 2. This is to be submitted to the Department no later than October 16, 2017.
Note: The 20 largest insurance companies in terms of Pennsylvania private passenger automobile direct written premium in 2016 are also required to complete Part 3. These companies are identified in the Instructions for Part 3. Companies not identified in the Instructions for Part 3 do not need to complete Part 3. Part 3 is to be submitted to the Department no later than October 16, 2017.
Consistent with previous Data Calls, the Department will consider the data submitted as proprietary and handle the data accordingly. Please see the instructions for additional information regarding the completion of the individual parts.
The 2016 Data Call letter, instructions, and templates are available below:
Instructions for Parts 1 and 2
Part 1 Spreadsheet
Part 2 Spreadsheet
Instructions for Part 3
Part 3 Spreadsheet
Please note that the required procedure for naming the spreadsheet files is: Part Number_Company NAIC number.
For example, if the XYZ Insurance Company has NAIC number 99999, it must submit its Part 1 template as "1_99999.xls", its Part 2 template as "2_99999.xls", and its Part 3 template as "3_99999.xls".
PLEASE DO NOT USE ANY OTHER NAMING CONVENTION.
Completed data call files should be submitted via e-mail to James Di Santo at email@example.com.
Thank you for your cooperation with this important study. If you have any questions, please contact James Di Santo of the Bureau of Property and Casualty Insurance at (717) 783-2118 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.