As a sector, motor insurance has been at the forefront of many of the most notable recent revolutions in insurance. From the move to e-commerce and growth in price comparison sites; to the use of data analytics and AI, motor is often a good barometer of where insurance is heading in terms of its engagement with policyholders and the adoption of the latest technologies.
It also remains an exceedingly competitive space, where the slightest advantage can mean the difference between a significant profit or a crippling loss.
On this dedicated Motor hub we showcase the latest insights and thought leadership that are shaping the motor insurance journey from sale/inception to renewal and/or claim - and everything in-between and afterwards; taking in both personal and commercial, as well as those customers where the lines blur such as gig economy employees.
With the accelerating introduction of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems features, early understanding and reaction to the impact of this technology are critical in managing the customer experience and achieving the benefits it delivers through claim reduction. If insurers are to stay ahead of the curve it is clear they will need to be working in true partnership with their repair supply chain.
As with many industries, 2020 has been a year of significant disruption for the automotive insurance industry. However, there is one trend that has not been disrupted and looks set to continue to gather pace into next year and beyond – the introduction of autonomous driving to UK roads, according to Neil Atherton, sales and marketing director at Autoglass.
By 2022 the European Union will make some advanced driver assistance systems mandatory for new cars. Ed Murray asks how the market is preparing for this and how it is keeping up with the current Adas equipped cars in the car park
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For our latest study, Insurance Post has partnered with Lexis Nexis to get an overview on motor pricing trends and the impact the current economic climate has had on consumer behaviour, i.e. new customers and those at the point of renewal.Take part now