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MyDrive Solutions launches new website to help kick-start expansion

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MyDrive Solutions, the insurance telematics specialist, has launched its new website mydrivesolutions.com.

The telematics start up launched in 2011 and has firmly established itself as a successful telematics specialist, working with some of the biggest names in the motor industry and insurance market.

Last year, was a pivotal year for MyDrive Solutions, with the company partnering with The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) to provide its customers with an objective benchmark against which safe driving can be assessed. It also saw MyDrive announce working partnerships with Autoline Insurance Group, AXA Ireland and Confused.com.

Linden Holliday (pictured), CEO of MyDrive Solutions, said: “In the space of a year, we have progressed from a technology start up to a pioneering insurance telematics partner.

“The granular level of detail our data analysis of driver behaviour provides, combined with our exclusive partnerships, has made MyDrive’s telematics offering the most compelling to insurers.

“Our new website will act as one of the most comprehensive sources of information for telematics to both insurance partners and motorists alike who want to find out more about telematics.” 

The newly launched website has a wealth of information readily available to prospective partners, detailing MyDrive’s offering and how it can assist in supporting an increasing number of insurers looking to develop and deliver a telematics motor insurance policy to the market.

Holliday concluded: “We anticipate 2013 to be another prosperous year for MyDrive and the website will play a vital role in our engagements with prospects, partners and motorists moving forward.”  

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