Aviva has a second bite of the telematics cherry

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The insurance giant was the first to launch a fleet telematics insurance policy in 2005, targeting predominantly young drivers, but withdrew its offering in 2008.

Following feedback from insurance brokers and customers as well as active tracking of the market, Aviva claimed it has now developed a proposition that will enable fleet managers to have telematics insurance without reinvesting in additional equipment.

Mark Keavney, development manager - commercial product at Aviva, explained: "We

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