- The Consumer Federation of America has concluded that California auto insurance regulation and rate prior approval has been a boon to consumers since Proposition 103 and should be adopted by other states.
- The Progressive CEO believes telematics will help his company adapt to and underwrite driverless cars sooner.
- Florida no-fault may not be dead yet. A ratings agency indicates Florida PIP reforms designed to reduce loss cost volatility and fraud are credit positive as costs begin to fall.
- A U.S. regulator has offered to relax safety rules if car manufacturers accelerate new safety systems that prevent drivers who are drunk or have unbuckled seatbelts from operating cars.
- According to the UN World Health Organization and the OECD/International Transport Forum, international road safety data reveal death rates falling in high-income countries, rising in low-income countries.
- Have you seen questionable fees charged by towing companies? How about a $150 cursing fee?
Tuesday, 19 November 2013
Insurance News - Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Tuesday, November 19, 2013: