A new telematics-based motor car insurance product is giving parents the ability to keep an eye on their children while they’re behind the wheel thanks to technology that updates parents in real time on how their kids are driving and where.
While the word ‘espionage’ brings connotations of underhandedness and skulking about, fitting a spy in your car can lead to discount car insurance for young drivers, one major insurance provider recently remarked.
While driving without proper motor car insurance is still a serious issue in the UK, the Motor Insurer’s Bureau’s latest figures indicate that there are less uninsured young drivers on the roads today than there were in the past.
The inability to find discount car insurance for young drivers can be crippling, especially since the cheapest quotes younger motorists can find are often more expensive than a used car in and of itself.
A firm specialising in providing discount car insurance for young drivers has recently said that it has experienced ‘significant’ motoring behaviour improvements in its customer base after introducing ‘black box’ telematics technology as a viable option, experts say.
While drivers in the UK are already feeling the pain whenever they pull up to the petrol pump, new research has revealed that car insurance rates are on their way up yet again.
While discount car insurance for young drivers remains nearly impossible to find, the Association of British Insurers has recently stated that it remains committed to improving access to travel and motor car insurance for older customers in the UK, sources say.
With discount car insurance for young drivers nearly impossible to find in the current economic landscape, more car insurance companies need to support the Pass Plus scheme to lower insurance costs for the nation’s youth, experts say.
MP for Ribble Valley, Nigel Evans, recently met with representatives from car insurance companies in order to discuss how to best change the industry to make discount car insurance for young drivers more of a possibility, industry experts recently reported.
The major car insurance comparison sites operating in the UK may need to brace themselves for more competition, as the advent of telematics-based motor car insurance could bring more up-and-coming comparison sites to the market, experts say.