- Japanese insurer is about to launch a smartphone service that warns drivers when their vehicles are approaching locations where traffic accidents frequently occur.
- Companies such as Google and Amazon may pose some of the biggest threats to insurers, as consumers increasingly trust technology behemoths to provide services such as insurance.
- A recent study concluded that Americans wasted $124 billion sitting in traffic in 2013 and traffic cost the average household $1,700 a year.
- Insurance Bureau of Canada warns UberX drivers about insurance coverage (or lack of it).
- The use of anti-fraud technology by insurers in North America is on the rise however, many companies are still struggling with the deployment of proactive predictive analytics tools because of resource constraints, according to a study.
Tuesday, 28 October 2014
Insurance News - Tuesday, October 28, 2014
Here are the leading auto insurance headlines from ONTARIO AUTO INSURANCE TOPICS ON TWITTER for Tuesday, October 28, 2014: