Motor Mouth Podcast: Is telematics finally ready to go mainstream after many false dawns?

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Welcome to the latest episode of the Motor Mouth podcast, as we count down to the Insurance Post Motor and Mobility event on the 15 June at Mercedes Benz World.

In this podcast Jonathan Swift, content director at Insurance Post, discusses the future of telematics and connected vehicles with Paul Stacy, the global sales director at IMS.

Among the topics they discuss are whether 20 years after Norwich Union first begun black box trials in the UK, if telematics is finally at a tipping point in terms of mainstream acceptance?

And if it has made a break through where will connected vehicle insurance go next?

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Motor and Mobility Conference

The challenges facing the motor insurance market are daunting as the pace of change moves up through the gears. The industry, the manufacturers, the law, technology are all in the fast lane – but do you know where that journey will end? This is the conference that will help answer that vital question.

Bringing together hundreds of attendees, including senior representatives from the UK’s leading insurers, regulators and motor manufacturers, Post’s Motor & Mobility Conference explores the key issues currently facing the motor insurance sector.

To find out more, click here: Motor & Mobility Conference

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