Experts discuss the challenges that motor brokers need to overcome to attract and retain younger customers and how they can use technology to make cover more affordable.
The sale includes Fresh-brands Autosaint, Ladybird and First Van.
The CEO tells Insurance Age about his plans in the telematics and pay-as-you-go insurance areas, as he reveals Atlanta has another five or six deals in the pipeline.
Marmalade was set up 15 years ago and specialises in drivers under 34.
New technologies, such as telematics, apps and big data are changing the way brokers work and clients buy insurance. Sam Barrett looks at how the industry is keeping pace with the the tech
The product, which the broker claims is the first of its kind in the UK, is underwritten by Ageas and uses specialist smartphone telematics technology to record how users drive.
The motor provider has added Drivit to its portfolio as it seeks to shake-up commercial motor cover.
With an eye on the new fleet technology that businesses will be using or considering in the future to help manage risk and driving efficiencies, Steve Green asks what will the commercial motor insurance market have to come to terms with?
The broker is to buy Ingenie from Watchstone Group as it moves forward with plan to develop its technological capability.
Broker says telematics insurance reduces young driver accidents by over 40% and adds that it saves on average £5m each year in lower claims costs.
Consumer Intelligence says average motor premiums fell by 1.4% in the last three months, most likely as a result of fewer people driving during the pandemic.
There is evidence that people are looking to ride share or borrow a vehicle more to avoid public transport in light of Covid-19. However, Tempcover's Alan Inskip expects there to be deep-rooted changes in attitudes towards vehicle usage post-lockdown…
In the 20th episode of Post and Insurance Age’s video series we gathered together a group of start-ups featured in the Insurtech 100 all of whom are focused on insuring ‘wheels’ in the broadest sense.
The software house is working with brokers to allow more customers to activate ‘pay how you drive’ insurance amid the Covid-19 lockdown.
Insurance Covid-Cast - episode three: Is motor insurance at a tipping point in light of the coronavirus lockdown
In the third of a new series of video casts brought to you by Insurance Post and Insurance Age while our journalists are in isolation lockdown we discuss whether UK motor insurers are being unfair in not rebating premium or offering more flexible options…
Telematics broker said the new measures were designed to assist key workers.
Consumer Intelligence warned that telematics restrictions following coronavirus may hit youngest drivers hardest.
Steve Kerrigan of LexisNexis Risk Solutions outlines how telematics has changed the market and examines where this technology is heading next.
Upheaval in the motor market caused by improving safety features, the increased price of repairs and a drop in capacity could provide opportunities for brokers. Sam Barrett reports
Manifesto includes 37 commitments and 29 calls for action across nine key areas including regulation, broking challenges, Brexit, and transport.
Andrew Brown-Allan, CMO at Carrot Insurance, explains his year in insurance and what we can expect next.
The Be Wiser boss reflects on the top insurance issues of 2019 and shares his predictions for the industry in 2020.
Paula Coulthard will be focusing on the launch of a new claims portal and a telematics offering.
Deal will give commercial broker, The Burley Group, access to Radius' telematics and fuel cards customers.