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Doubts over the safety of forthcoming autonomous vehicle tech need to be resolved before fleets should allow their drivers to use it.
Thatcham Research and the ABI have embarked on the latest round of automotive industry consultation around automated driving with the publication of a new ‘Defining Safe … Read More »
The Ministry of Justice has unveiled a new Civil Liability Bill that is expected to enable insurers to cut premiums.
Average motor insurance claims reached a record level in 2017, driven partly by increases in the cost of theft claims and vehicle repairs.
Latest figures on rising insurance costs could spell further issues for fleets reliant on business drivers.
Buying a dash cam for Christmas could help drivers save money and inconvenience when it comes to proving liability in insurance claims.
UK insurers have expressed concerns that the evolution of automated driving technology could result in a short-term increase in crashes.
The insurance industry is calling for collaboration with carmakers and legislators to help develop standards on driverless car data.
The Ministry of Justice has launched a consultation on proposals that could cut insurance premiums for motorists.
The Government must press ahead with planned reforms to clamp down on fraudulent whiplash insurance claims, according to insurance and road safety organisations.
Drivers should be able to buy a single motor insurance policy to cover both manual and automated driving when the first automated cars arrive.