Motor insurers move to help volunteers


The Association of British Insurers (ABI) said the commitment covered 54 insurance brands representing over 85% of the motor insurance market. The move was agreed after talks with the voluntary sector showed that some people found barriers to volunteering work either through extra charges or bureaucratic requirements.

The ABI explained that the commitment applied to private car insurance policies. It added that policyholders must be using their own vehicle and will be allowed to accept expenses

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