So...I get a letter from DMV stating that they cannot verify liability insurance on my 2011 Suzuki Motorcycle. I call DMV, provide all information with the exception of the NAIC number of my insurance company. I couldn't find the number on my policy, but I read her the name of my insurance company. She said no problem, she could figure it out. That's it? Yep. Good. A few days later, I get a second letter from DMV stating that GEICO denied that they provided Liability coverage for my motorcycle. Either have GEICO verify my coverage in a letter with their letter head, turn in my tags, or face consequences. Now I call GEICO and explain. We are now into the weekend, so my GEICO representative assures me that she will take care of it for me on Monday morning. So...Monday morning, the phone rings. DMV will not take care of this with GEICO, without me being on the call. Now, a three way call is attempted. After waiting for...well, quite a while, a lady representing DMV comes on line. GEICO lady explains and DMV lady asks her to allow me to talk and answer questions. DMV lady..."Is this a motorcycle or a motor scooter?". I try to explain that it is a BIG motor scooter, a 400. GEICO lady..."It's a motor scooter". DMV lady..."No it's not...it's a motorcycle!". I comment that it states "Motorcycle" on the title. GEICO lady..."Oh". So...more questions, I answer some, GEICO lady answers some...and finally, DMV lady directs GEICO lady to send a letter verifying my insurance on GEICO letterhead for the time in question. When I ask why this occurred, DMV lady said that it was probably because the dealership who did the registration for me, did not check the box indicating that I had coverage. GEICO lady tells me after DMV lady hangs up that it may also have been because the bike didn't have insurance on it until after it was registered. That is true...I bought the bike and couldn't pick it up for a few days, so the insurance went on it the day I picked it up...two days after the registration. Also, there was a problem with the NAIC code originally and DMV more than likely checked with the wrong part of GEICO...maybe the car division. Bottom line...what a hassle and I only hope and pray that everything is finally straightened out! So...I guess from now on I will say that I have a motorcycle as opposed to a motor scooter. From what I understand, a bike larger than 50cc in the state of Virginia is considered to be a motorcycle. Whew. I HATE dealing with DMV! The difference in attitudes between DMV lady and GEICO lady was quite noticeable! I have a headache just thinking about it!