The motor repair industry is facing a massive talent shortfall in qualified EV repairers if it does not start ramping up its training and recruitment.
In a landmark test case at the European Court of Justice, auto repair firms are disputing the right of original equipment manufacturers to gatekeep access to a car’s onboard data stream.
Figures in the auto-repair market have called for original equipment manufacturers to allow them access to connected vehicle data, allowing end users “freedom of choice” around car repairs.
Driver assistance systems will make cars a "software-defined product", and effect the cost and frequency of claims, according to the Allianz Centre for Technology.
Driver-centric models are “no longer sufficient” to properly assess motor risk in the age of advanced driver safety systems, Swiss Re has found.
Most people would not be happy to drive a fully autonomous vehicle, a survey commissioned by Post has found.
Exclusive: A survey commissioned by Post found there are significant gaps in knowledge when it comes to self-driving vehicles, prompting calls for more education of drivers on the distinction between driver assistance and self driving.
Welcome to the latest episode of the Motor Mouth podcast, as we count down to the Insurance Post event Motor and Mobility on the 15 June at Mercedes Benz World.
Many motor insurers still take a traditional approach to underwriting vehicle risks. With shifting driver habits increasing the demand for telematics, is the industry poised for change? Alex Croydon, managing director, general insurance UK and Ireland at…
Post and Verisk undertook a survey of the motor market to understand how both underwriting and claims teams are evolving in their use of data and new technology. Padraig Floyd dissects the results and speaks to the market about the findings
Advanced driver assistance systems have been part of new vehicles for over a decade now, with these features becoming increasingly common as manufacturers look to gain competitive advantages over rivals.
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…
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
James Dalton, director of general insurance policy at the Association of British Insurers, previews a packed 2021 agenda that could shape the future of the industry for years to come as it emerges from Covid-19’s long shadow.
Post, in association with National Windscreens, invites industry professionals to take part in our latest Adas survey.
It is the year 2030 and the last decade has seen the insurance eco-system evolve as quickly in 10 years as it had previously done in the last century.
Welcome to the fifth episode of Fully Comp, Insurance Post’s new regular video series tackling some of the biggest issues in insurance.
Confusion around assisted driving systems fuelled in part by carmakers’ marketing must be tackled in order to avert serious road collisions, Thatcham Research has warned as it unveils a new safety scoring system.
As the driver in a fatal autonomous Uber car crash from 2018 was charged with negligent homicide, the insurance industry has warned more needs to be done before introducing Automated Lane Keeping Systems onto UK roads next year.
Thatcham releases insurance industry requirements for the safe repair of ADAS-equipped vehicles.
It is the year 2030. As the demands for a green economy has intensified the government has announced the ban on selling new petrol, diesel or hybrid cars in the UK will be brought forward from 2035 to this year (2030). Concerns still exist over electric…