Insurance and claims history certificate

You will need a printed copy of the certificate of the insurance and claims history of your vehicles if, for example, you are moving abroad and you want to prove your driving history to a foreign insurance company.

There are two ways to get this certificate:

  1. Click here to print out your personal insurance and claims history.

    You will need to enter your personal identity code and Finnish banking credentials. You will also need to have a PDF reader program installed on your workstation and access to a printer.

    Authentication with banking credentials is required because the certificate is personal to you.

  2. If you do not have Finnish banking credentials or you cannot find your bank on the list, you may request the certificate using this form.

    The certificate will be mailed to your home address. Your home address will be checked with the Finnish Population Register Centre.

If there are inaccurate information on the certificate, contact the insurance company that the inaccurate information concerns.

If the forms don't work or you have other technical problems, send e-mail to hyvike(@) or call tel. 040 922 0300.


The insurance and claims history certificate includes information about the period of validity of your motor liability insurance policies and claims compensated under them. Among other things, this information affects the pricing of motor liability insurance in accordance with the terms and conditions of the insurance company concerned.

When a Finnish person changes his or her vehicle or Finnish insurance company, the insurance and claims history data is transmitted between the respective insurance companies by means of an electronic system. The policyholder is not required to take any action to transfer the insurance and claims history data.

The Finnish Motor Insurers' Centre prepares the insurance and claims history certificate of behalf of its member companies. Our member companies include all insurance companies that grant motor liability insurance policies in Finland.