How insurers are putting the pedal to the metal for mobility trends

Autonomous vehicles

Analysis: Fiona Nicolson explains what insurers looking to stay in the fast lane, as mobility trends develop, need to do to satisfy drivers and maintain profits.

As technology continues to advance, cars are increasingly ‘thinking’ for their drivers.

Advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS), including features such as cruise control, lane-departure warning

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