This article highlights why motor insurers are increasingly looking to green parts in the drive towards sustainability. Topics covered include: Thatcham guidance for green parts; repairers' reasons for using green parts; availability; quality assurance.
The rising problem of insurance application fraud and ghost broking activity is putting the insurance market under significant pressure to improve the robustness of identity validation checks. This spotlight focuses on how insurers can leverage email intelligence to help combat application fraud.
Integrating technology and software into the customer journey is now not just important, but essential. This blog highlights technology’s role in an integrated customer journey and the implications for vehicle incident management as well as accident aftercare.
This content explores the expectations of consumers in motor insurance, including those in the gig economy, and whether on-demand insurance is a much better – and cheaper – option than traditional cover.
LexisNexis® Risk Solutions in collaboration with Cazana, has launched near real-time vehicle data such as valuation and insights related to MOT history into the quote and renewal process. This blog highlights how motor insurers can achieve a more complete understanding of risk at point of quote.
In this video, Pete Thompson, director of product at Activate Group talks to Insurance Age about why motor brokers should be considering working with an accident repair business. Watch this video to find out more about the benefits for brokers and their motor customers.
For those unfamiliar with the full and tortuous history of the Civil Liability Act 2018, its much delayed implementation finally came about this year, with the launch of the government’s Official Injury Claim service. This blog discusses whether OICS is currently up to its task.
In this article, Carrot Insurance MD Norrie Erwin discusses how the business has progressed so far, where its name comes from, and how telematics can shape the future of motor insurance.
In the second of a quarterly series in association with Post, Haynes Pro assess the influence of the vehicle insurance group rating on motor premiums, and asks whether it could be on the wane as connectivity increases.
This opinion piece looks at the recent whiplash reforms in the UK, the effect it has had on the volume of personal injury claims submitted to the Motor Insurers' Bureau (MIB) and four points which motor retail brokers should keep in mind.