ABI in drive to reduce uninsured motorists

The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has called for changes in enforcement and penalties in order to reduce the high level of uninsured drivers in the UK. The call for action follows the announcement by the Department for Transport of the appointment of Professor David Greenaway to carry out an independent review into uninsured driving.

Mary Francis, ABI's director general, said: "This review offers a breakthrough opportunity to reduce the problem of uninsured driving. This is not a

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