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Insurance telematics has come on leaps and bounds from the rudimentary fleet tracking devices first seen in the market. It’s now becoming ever easier for drivers to qualify themselves for more appropriately priced premiums. However, a look ahead to the…
Trak Global has tied up with Volkswagen to provide tech support for new drivers.
The 'trolley dilemma' is a thought experiment from the 1960s that questions the ethical course of action when having to choose between two outcomes
For the past five years the general insurance industry has been buzzing about telematics.
As I look out to the horizon I can't help but feel incredibly excited and perhaps a little apprehensive. We are seeing technology develop at an unprecedented pace, coupled with a sharpened focus on the customer and a reform agenda that could change the…
The Next Generation Insurance Network has been providing young professionals with educational and social events in London for the past five years. The network has more than 1500 members from brokers to underwriters, lawyers to consultants.
The government’s planned consultation on driverless car regulation in coming months should help “coalesce minds”, according to the ABI, while manufacturer Volvo continues to push for a coherent system ahead of its Drive Me London trials next year.
More than 11 million drivers will switch insurers this year as car insurance renewal quotes increase by an average of £22, according to data from Consumer Intelligence.
Motorists shouldn't become complacent on the roads as autonomous vehicles are rolled out, particularly when the technology is new, according to the Association of British Insurers.
Telematics firm Scope Technologies will offer a 4D recreation of accidents using telematics data, a move it says would cut claims times.
With a raft of new technology being installed in motor vehicles, the debate has started over who owns the data it produces – insurers or manufacturers?
Telematics provider Wunelli is launching a data collection device, cutting the cost of telematics by around 85% on current hardwired options.
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Smart Driver Club Insurance, the insurance offering of former Wunelli CEO Penny Searles' new UK-first telematics venture, will offer a significant reduction in its premium for drivers with a low level of risk.
Former Wunelli CEO Penny Searles has returned to the market with the launch of an insurance company called Smart Driver Club Insurance, part of a membership service for motorists driving used cars.
Highways England has today released its innovation strategy which sets out its wide-ranging plan to ensure it is keeping pace with advances in technology.
Revenue in insurance services at the AA fell to £131m (2015: £142m) with an increase in customer churn due to higher motor premiums the cause, according to the company’s results for the year ended 31 January 2016.
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.
Smoke and mirrors perpetuates the lobbying mystique but there is no need to bring in outsiders if there is someone with know-how and who can put together a well presented case
On 16 March the Chancellor of the Exchequer announced in the budget that the government are investing a further £15m to create a “connected corridor” from Dover to London, further reinforcing the position of the UK as the global centre for the…
A £15m ‘connected corridor' from London to Dover, driverless car and truck platooning trials were all outlined as part of the 2016 Budget in a move to retain the UK's position in the market.
Forces Financial, the financial services firm for the UK military, is offering a free telematics device with all new car insurance policies from 21 March.
Telematics provider Carrot wants Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne to exempt young drivers from paying insurance premium tax if they buy an approved safe driving telematics programme within one year of passing their driving test.