This article highlights how organisations can tackle the hazards posed by distracted drivers by building a safety culture, implementing policy statements which hold individual employees accountable and improving fleet safety programs.
A study of insurance professionals investigated if and how insurance providers are making the most of their available data and what can be done to ensure effective risk management in the future. This infographic highlights how commercial insurers are using data to manage risks.
Based on research conducted by LexisNexis Risk Solutions, this whitepaper focuses on how commercial motor and commercial property insurance providers are harnessing the power of business data to inform risk management, and why some providers are not yet using this data.
With ADAS on the rise, insurers need to better understand these technologies, including their impact on safety and claims, to derive the greatest benefits from them. National Windscreens managing director Jan Teo highlights how education can play a greater role in achieving this.
According to statistics from RoSPA, driver fatigue is likely to be a contributory factor in one in five road traffic accidents and up to a quarter of fatal and serious accidents. This article sheds light on the risks associated with driving when tired and employers’ responsibilities.
To understand motor insurance consumers’ attitudes towards misleading insurers, and to find out which groups of consumers are most likely to try to do this, LexisNexis Risk Solutions commissioned a survey of 1,500 UK consumers. This whitepaper provides analysis of the research findings.
This whitepaper provides analysis of LexisNexis Risk Solutions’ research into the role telematics plays in reducing UK road casualties and presents a five-point plan to help encourage more motorists to adopt telematics-enabled insurance products.
A survey of 1,500 motor insurance buyers reveals how customers perceive insurance premiums and what could improve the disconnect between price and perceptions. This infographic illustrates consumer attitudes and how motor insurance providers can develop stronger relationships with their customers.
Curing consumer scepticism with technology and education: Why motor insurance providers must make better use of data to demonstrate value and reward loyalty
This research report demonstrates that there are opportunities for motor insurance providers to safeguard and grow market share by using technology to improve pricing accuracy and competitiveness; and to appeal to consumers’ expectations that any loyalty they show to a provider should be recognised.
A recent report by Which? revealed that four of the five best-selling car models in the UK are susceptible to ‘keyless theft’. Could this be the reason motor theft figures rose in 2017/18? Download this article to find out more.