The best minds in motor insurance are already grappling with how to manage the new risks that come from evolving automotive technologies – from connected and electrified vehicles to full-blown autonomous motoring.
The big changes taking place in mobility, especially in terms of urban dwellers, are also giving the sector some equally challenging headaches. Especially in such a price sensitive market like motor where customers often focus on price.
With this in mind Post in association with Europcar will host a live interactive webinar which will explore key question associated with this topic.
These will include:
- What solutions are the main mobility options for policyholders after an accident? How have these evolved?
- For which customer sections – e.g: urban policyholders – is the focus more on transport – than simply a replacement car?
- How well equipped are insurers to offer customers a choice of mobility solution for their short term needs?
- What short term options are available now; and what could be popular in the future?
- Could ‘mobility’ be the next big differentiation battle between insurers?
- If so would policyholders be prepared to pay for it/select an insurer-based on an alternative mobility option?
To hear what Axa Insurance’s managing director, underwriting and technical services David Williams, and Europcar business development director - insurance, James Roberts have to say on the subject tune in at 11:00am tomorrow morning.
Zurich disappointed in new #discountrate. David Nichols, Ch Claims Officer: "The failure to change the discount rate to a balanced level will only serve to increase the cost and, therefore, affordability of certain types of insurance - especially for higher risk customers." pic.twitter.com/ac1CfBzfxX— Zurich Insurance UK (@ZurichInsUK) July 15, 2019
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