Mark Rigby, CEO of iRevolution Group, talks to Insurance Age about the difficulties of non-standard motor and what the business has in store for the future.
Following on from the recently published whitepaper, AX, now share the detail behind their electric vehicle survey, by sharing the answers and the analysis of the 20 questions presented.
In this blog, Ian Lloyd, head of technical product at RAC, discusses why breakdown insurance remains relevant today despite improvements in automotive technology and what brokers need to think about when choosing products for their motor customers.
The gradual transition to electric vehicles poses several challenges for the insurance industry, with the sector assessing the sustainability of existing claims solutions and motor products. This blog highlights how brokers can adapt their solutions and products to meet the needs of EV drivers.
Based on research conducted by Insurance Post and LexisNexis Risk Solutions, this spotlight looks at the forces shaping the motor insurance landscape. Topics covered include the changing behaviours of motor policyholders, the FCA policy statement and the future of motor insurance pricing practices.
In this podcast, Jonathan Swift, content director, Insurance Post, Chris Sawford, director, Verisk Claims and Niall Kavanagh, managing director, Verisk Ireland discuss what the future holds for motor insurance and a possible road map between now and 2030.
In this future focus instalment, Verisk and Insurance Post focus on how the motor insurance market might change over the next decade. Topics covered include: ADAS; telematics; autonomous vehicles; cyber hacking; personal injury.
In this podcast, Rob Savitsky and Zach May from Duck Creek continue the conversation with Ryan McMahon of Cambridge Mobile Telematics, beginning with a discussion around the different ways telematics is being deployed in cars today.
In this podcast, Rob Savitsky and Zach May from Duck Creek talk with Ryan McMahon of Cambridge Mobile Telematics about how recent trends in telematics are impacting personal motor insurance.
By 2022 the European Union will make some advanced driver assistance systems mandatory for new cars. Based on the results of our recent ADAS survey, this spotlight focuses on how the market is preparing for this and how it is keeping up with the current ADAS equipped cars in the car park.