Fleets can reduce their costs by opting for self-insurance ahead of comprehensive cover. But who does it suit and what are the benefits and drawbacks? Ben Rooth reports
Drivers must be first to capture third party details following a collision, or fleets could face a bill ten times higher than necessary. Emma Cooper reports
The cost of fleet insurance is not beyond your control – taking action on a number of areas can reduce it. Here are the key areas to consider when renewing your policy
Thousands of drivers that use their own vehicle for business journeys are driving without the appropriate business insurance.
Insurers are increasingly turning their attention to more accurate ways of assessing motoring risk, including telematics.
Louise Cole asks underwriters how to lower premiums.
Fleet insurance can be one of the most expensive costs for companies.
Michael Pace, partner and head of motor law and PI team, Andrew & Co LLP, on the potential pitfalls of driving someone else's car.
Craig Budsworth, chairman, Motor Accident Solicitors Society, on why he looks forward to when the insurance industry will pass on savings it has made.
Matthew Whittall, managing director, Innovation Group, on why the insurance industry needs to be honest about the current vicious cycle of fees.
Andrew Smith, managing director, Cobra UK, on how telematics technology can help tackle rising insurance costs.
Linden Holliday, CEO, MyDrive Solutions, on how technology will affect the insurance industry.
Against the backdrop of the ongoing referral fee debate and the wider industry enquiry into the rising cost of motor insurance, 2012 is primed to be a turbulent year for the busy fleet manager.
Peter Ashdown-Barr, chief executive, InterResolve, on the reduction of referral fees.
Neille Ryan, partner, expert in personal injury cases at law firm Furley Page, looks at moves to cut insurance costs.