ABI sets out the top five motor insurance priorities

Otto Thoresen

The trade body listed the other priorities for motor insurers as: tackling the rising costs of whiplash, compensation reform, fraud and uninsured driving.

Speaking at the association's motor conference, Otto Thoresen, director general of the ABI, said: "As a nation of car users with some of the busiest roads in the world, insurers are committed to providing the best possible deal for motorists."

Having laid out the key developments required to improve safety for younger drivers, he said: "With

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