Autonet is launching a new usage-based insurance private car product for young and new drivers using VisionTrack’s video telematics solutions.
The growth in telematics technology will mean usage based insurance (UBI) will become the fleet norm by 2021, says VisionTrack.
More than half of employers (54%) aged over 55 with responsibility for company drivers take no action to monitor or manage their behaviour.
RAM Tracking has announced the launch of 3G live-streaming dash cams for fleet vehicles, ensuring all journeys are recorded.
A car wash company has been fined for not having employers’ liability insurance.
AE Motors Birmingham has been fined for not having employers’ liability insurance.
Almost one third (29%) of 18-25-year olds who had been involved in a car accident were either wrongly blamed or struggled to prove they weren’t at fault.
The British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association is urging MPs to back reforms to whiplash compensation as the Civil Liability Bill undergoes a second reading in parliament today.
RAC Black Box has revealed that 62% of its customers believe telematics and driver score features make them safer drivers.
Zego has launched a pay-as-you-go insurance product for part-time couriers.
After August 25 automated driving licence checks via third party providers will not be possible unless updated GDPR-compliant driver permission is obtained.
The National Body Repair Association (NBRA) is launching an investigation into insurer treatment of the body repair industry.
More than 70% of high-impact collisions recorded by Insurethebox's accident alert service last year were triggered by 17 to 21-year-old drivers.
GPs are the most likely profession to make a claim following an at-fault collision, with despatch drivers among those which are least likely, research from GoCompare Insurance has found.
Thatcham Research has announced that long-standing employee, Peter Shaw will step down from his role as chief executive with immediate effect, due to ill-health.
A series of trials have concluded resulting in 77 people being convicted for their role in a major insurance fraud ‘crash for cash’ scam.
By James Cox, transport manager, Anglia UK
Three-quarters (73%) of motorists feel a dashcam is a useful addition to a vehicle, a survey by automotive retailer Peter Vardy has found.
Paying the cost of vehicle repair or insurance excess is just the tip of the iceberg, with the true cost of a collision being much greater. Andrew Ryan reports
More than 15 million drivers could be invalidating their insurance by flouting common policy rules, according to research from pay-as-you-go insurer Cuvva.
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