News review: August

NU puts policy on hold

Norwich Union said it may wait until 2006 before making its pay-as-you-drive motor product available to the wider market. The insurer originally

unveiled the initiative in February 2002 after it signed an agreement with US carrier Progressive to trial a telematics system - a black box, real time, vehicle data recorder installed in customers' vehicles. Patrick Snowball, Aviva's executive director of general insurance, said: "Because it is something new, we are still looking

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