Strict laws to prevent drivers using mobile phones – even hands free – would have the biggest impact on vehicle collision numbers, the Zurich UK CEO told Post's Motor Insurance World event last week.
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As insurers are likely to appoint a loss adjuster when acting on a claim, customers making large claims may wish to employ a loss assessor to represent their interests. How well are these relationships currently working?
The Financial Conduct Authority has warned it will take action against general insurers who fail to implement rules introduced to encourage shopping around at renewal time.
Insurers have warned that planned updates to the driving test do not go far enough by not introducing graduated driver licensing.
Four out of 10 motorists believe the Chancellor will raise the insurance premium tax still further in his Spring Budget.
Insurers must stand out from the competition to attract custom. What lessons can they learn from outside the sector?
Against the backdrop of legal action and a fraud investigation, Jonathan Swift finds out how Indro Mukerjee is burying the Quindell past and focusing on the future.
There has been a 9% fall in the total number of convictions for driving without insurance among men holding full driving licences, according to a Freedom of Information request made by the RAC to the DVLA.
RAC has acquired vehicle data company Nebula Systems, a deal the breakdown assistance provider said will boost its telematics offering.
Insurers deny giving disabled customers a raw deal, but could they be doing more?
Brightside Group and the RAC have signed a five-year deal that will see the broker selling a variety of breakdown products to customers across its motor book.
Eldon Insurance has teamed up with the RAC in a partnership deal that will see the latter provide a range of breakdown products to Eldon policyholders.
RAC is to unveil a mass-market telematics product that includes a vehicle diagnostics feature in the first quarter of 2016.
The RAC has launched a new telematics product aimed at younger drivers who are looking to reduce the cost of their insurance premiums.
The RAC has appointed affinity insurance provider Hood Group to launch its new travel insurance product.
Ex-Castle Cover products director Simon Stanney has been hired to spearhead Sun Life’s foray into the general insurance market.
Almost 50,000 UK drivers have claimed more than £3m in compensation from local councils for damage to vehicles caused by potholes over the last financial year, according to the RAC Foundation.
26% of UK motorists believe the Government should mandate in-car cameras in order to limit “crash for cash” schemes, according to a study from the RAC.
Roadside assistance firm RAC has shelved plans for an initial public offering after gaining new financial backing from Singapore-based sovereign wealth fund GIC.
All the latest job moves in the insurance market.
Quindell’s share price has responded positively to news that RAC has exited a joint-venture on telematics.
Quindell is to acquire all of RAC's shares in the companies' telematics joint venture after the businesses concluded it was not a good use of capital to finance a free roll-out to customers.