- Fraud is Michigan other auto insurance problem and the governor is proposing to create a special fraud prevention authority to address the problem.
- Mainstream technology adoption is having an impact on how Canadian auto insurance customers interact with insurer, according to the J.D. Power & Associates 2013 Canadian Auto Insurance Satisfaction Study.
- A Toronto Star article on minor injuries, I really miss James Daw's balanced writing: Why Ontario’s $3,500 minor injury cap is too low.
- This is a must read, Economist Debates: Driverless cars- Are completely self-driving cars feasible in the foreseeable future?
- Summer the most dangerous time of the year for teen drivers, with an average of 8 teens killed per day in accidents during summer months based on U.S. statistics over past 5 years.
- The Pembina Institute wants to remind everyone not let auto insurance concessions “collide” with our goals to reduce gridlock.
- Some questions coming out of the Budget, who will receive promised auto insurance cuts based on "good driver" definition?
- Forum Research poll: 48% of Ontarians want NDP to support Liberal budget and avoid an election, 36% would have the NDP trigger an election.
Monday, 6 May 2013
Insurance News - Monday, May 6, 2013
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Monday, May 6, 2013: