- Insurers promise discounts to drivers who allow in-car monitoring and many Canadians are eager to sign up based on response to UBI entrants.
- In addition, a Towers Watson consumer survey shows Canadian market is ready for widespread user-based insurance adoption. 94% are open to a UBI policy and 50% of those would change their driving habits to save money.
- Government safety agency missed trends that could have led to quicker recall of GM cars. News like this makes me a little apprehensive about self-driving cars.
- For ride-sharing vehicles when does commercial insurance start and personal auto insurance stop?
- Bar suggests they are surprised at province’s moves on Cunningham's DRS report. They shouldn't be because the 2013 Budget indicated legislation was to be introduced in the fall of 2013.
- Bodily injury severity is rising while car safety continues to improve. How can insurers address the trends?
Thursday, 3 April 2014
Insurance News - Thursday, April 3, 2014
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Thursday, April 3, 2014: