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Money Marketing Online
Smoke and mirrors: How pensions will suffer due to hidden fund chargesNew watchdogs tasked with holding pension providers to account will effectively
Smoke and mirrors: How pensions will suffer due to hidden fund charges
Money Marketing Online / Posted 14 hours ago
New watchdogs tasked with holding pension providers to account will effectively be working with one hand tied behind their back as delays to EU rules cause fund transaction costs to remain hidden for longer. The FCA and the Department for Work and... Read more
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express
What to do about nuisance claims management calls after a car crashThe Crusader: BE WARNED – once you have a car accident the claims management
What to do about nuisance claims management calls after a car crash
express / Posted 2 days ago
The Crusader: BE WARNED – once you have a car accident the claims management sharks are sure to pounce and weathering the storm of calls won’t be easy. David [not pictured] was... Read more
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express
Pension boost for MILLIONS: Savers to get up to £300 extra under Osborne bonus plan MILLIONS of workers could get a bigger pension if a “savers’ bonus” is launch
Pension boost for MILLIONS: Savers to get up to £300 extra under Osborne bonus plan
express / Posted 3 days ago
MILLIONS of workers could get a bigger pension if a “savers’ bonus” is launched by Chancellor George Osborne. As much as £300 a year could be added to average... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
'My parked BMW was hit - my insurance premiums doubled'So when Admiral provided him with a renewal quote in December, he was shocked t
'My parked BMW was hit - my insurance premiums doubled'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 4 days ago
So when Admiral provided him with a renewal quote in December, he was shocked to see his premium rise 93pc from £424 to £819. After several inquiries by Mr Stevenson, Admiral admitted that his single, “not at fault” claim was part of the reason. In... Read more
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heraldscotland
Savers bonus could be next rabbit from Osborne's hatBut it also costs the Treasury – the last financial secretary Danny Alexander c
Savers bonus could be next rabbit from Osborne's hat
heraldscotland / Posted 4 days ago
But it also costs the Treasury – the last financial secretary Danny Alexander claimed the higher rate bonus amounted to £7billion in lost tax. The total given away in pensions tax reliefs is over £35billion, and 70 per cent of it is said to benefit... Read more
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express
Insurance is daylight robbery: Prison crime figures drive up premiums RESIDENTS are being forced to pay higher insurance premiums because nearby ja
Insurance is daylight robbery: Prison crime figures drive up premiums
express / Posted 4 days ago
RESIDENTS are being forced to pay higher insurance premiums because nearby jails have driven up the crime rate in their area. Residents are being forced to pay higher premiums... Read more
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Money Marketing Online
The £6bn tax temptation: Osborne eyes 25% flat rate pension reliefChancellor George Osborne is preparing to break the link between income tax and
The £6bn tax temptation: Osborne eyes 25% flat rate pension relief
Money Marketing Online / Posted 7 days ago
Chancellor George Osborne is preparing to break the link between income tax and top-ups to pension contributions in favour of a 25 per cent flat rate of relief. Osborne is due to use his March Budget to respond to last year’s consultation on a... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industryThe UK government has set its sights on boosting manufacturing in the country,
Driverless, automated & connected: How the Gov’t is planning a revival of the UK’s motor industry
Computer Business Review / Posted 8 days ago
The UK government has set its sights on boosting manufacturing in the country, with a mission to make Great Britain great again in the automotive space. In the first week of February 2016, eight projects related to smart connected cars were awarded... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Will autonomous vehicles get best price car insurance - premiums predicted to crash 40% by 2030The fall in road accidents brought about by smart car technology has been haile
Will autonomous vehicles get best price car insurance - premiums predicted to crash 40% by 2030
Computer Business Review / Posted 9 days ago
The fall in road accidents brought about by smart car technology has been hailed by many as a major step in the motor industry, however, as a consequence, insurers could see premiums fall sharply as the vehicles take to the road. A new study... Read more
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Computer Business Review
First UK driverless cars to hit London roads this yearThe first driverless cars are about to hit UK roads, with plans to roll out ele
First UK driverless cars to hit London roads this year
Computer Business Review / Posted 13 days ago
The first driverless cars are about to hit UK roads, with plans to roll out electric passenger driverless vehicles to the roads of Royal Borough of Greenwich, London, under the GATEway (Greenwich Automated Transport Environment) project. The cars'... Read more
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Money Marketing Online
Show of strength: Osborne talks tough but how will exit fees cap work in practice?Chancellor George Osborne’s pledge to set a cap on “excessive” early exit fees
Show of strength: Osborne talks tough but how will exit fees cap work in practice?
Money Marketing Online / Posted 13 days ago
Chancellor George Osborne’s pledge to set a cap on “excessive” early exit fees for pensions has sparked a wider debate on how firms charge customers for leaving products. The Chancellor’s intervention focuses on people being “blocked” from the new... Read more
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chroniclelive
Householders and businesses in North East urged to draw up flood plansThe Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is advising the public and
Householders and businesses in North East urged to draw up flood plans
chroniclelive / Posted 14 days ago
The Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) is advising the public and businesses to sign up to receive regular flood warnings on their properties by registering with the Environment Agency, as the first step in a flood-protection plan. RICS... Read more
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Tax-News.com
Insurers Call For Flat Rate Of UK Pension Tax Relief by Robert Lee, Tax-News.com, London28 January 2016 The Association of British
Insurers Call For Flat Rate Of UK Pension Tax Relief
Tax-News.com / Posted 14 days ago
by Robert Lee, Tax-News.com, London28 January 2016 The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has said that a flat rate of UK pension tax relief would produce a simpler, fairer, and more... Read more
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Money Marketing Online
The big question: Does the advice gap really exist?Advisers and industry experts have called into question what is thought to be o
The big question: Does the advice gap really exist?
Money Marketing Online / Posted 14 days ago
Advisers and industry experts have called into question what is thought to be one of the most fundamental negative outcomes to stem from the RDR – the creation of an advice gap. The advice gap, defined as those who cannot or will not pay for full... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Do you think insurance is good value for money? « Shropshire StarThe Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates for the mo
Do you think insurance is good value for money? « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 15 days ago
The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates for the most common insurance claims made during 2013 and 2014, in moves to help improve transparency and build customer trust. They show that 99% of private motor insurance claims... Read more
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thebee
One In Five Home Insurance Claims Turned DownOne in five home insurance claims is turned down but only one in a 100 car insu
One In Five Home Insurance Claims Turned Down
thebee / Posted 16 days ago
One in five home insurance claims is turned down but only one in a 100 car insurance claims fails, industry figures show. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout data for the most common claims in 2013 and 2014. It showed... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Streatham Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Harrow Times
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Harrow Times / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Gazette News
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Gazette News / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Croydon Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Kingston Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Oxford Mail
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Bury Times
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Bury Times / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Gazette
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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guardian-series
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
guardian-series / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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This is West Country
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
This is West Country / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Bolton News
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Bolton News / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show The average payout for home insurance claims made during 2013 and 2014 was £2
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
The average payout for home insurance claims made during 2013 and 2014 was £2,520, the ABI said Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures showAround one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down
One in five home insurance claims turned down, figures show
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 16 days ago
Around one in every five home insurance claims made by consumers is turned down - while just one in every 100 motor insurance claims is unsuccessful, new industry figures reveal. The Association of British Insurers (ABI) has published payout rates... Read more
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BBC News
One in five home insurance claims rejected - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
One in five home insurance claims rejected
BBC News / Posted 16 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say More than... Read more
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Daily Mirror
How insurance companies rip us off when it comes to automatic policy renewalsMany firms assure people they have found the best price for them or bury rises
How insurance companies rip us off when it comes to automatic policy renewals
Daily Mirror / Posted 19 days ago
Many firms assure people they have found the best price for them or bury rises in small print – and give little or no explanation. Mother-of-three Vickie Dunn was stunned when Tesco said her car insurance was going up £200 – then furious when she... Read more
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Finextra
UK insurers prepare for driverless carsWith 94% of road accidents caused by human error, the development of increasing
UK insurers prepare for driverless cars
Finextra / Posted 22 days ago
With 94% of road accidents caused by human error, the development of increasingly automated vehicles has huge implications for road safety. Truly driverless cars are also likely to revolutionise life for people with mobility issues. A group of 11 UK... Read more
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T3
Insurance firms ponder autonomous cars while UK drivers reveal concernsUK insurance firms are about to convene to discuss how thier industry will appr
Insurance firms ponder autonomous cars while UK drivers reveal concerns
T3 / Posted 22 days ago
UK insurance firms are about to convene to discuss how thier industry will approach the exciting yet daunting approach of autonomous automotive technology. The newly constructed Autonomous Driving Insurance Group will be discussing the legal ins and... Read more
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Law Society Gazette
Fraud taskforce wants ‘tougher approach’ from SRA to rogue solicitorsA major review of the factors behind insurance fraud has laid out a series of r
Fraud taskforce wants ‘tougher approach’ from SRA to rogue solicitors
Law Society Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
A major review of the factors behind insurance fraud has laid out a series of recommendations to be adopted in the legal sector. The Insurance Fraud Taskforce, which has spent more than a year analysing the subject, said more can be done by... Read more
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Law Society Gazette
Fraud taskforce wants ‘tougher approach’ from SRA on rogue solicitorsA major review of the factors behind insurance fraud has laid out a series of r
Fraud taskforce wants ‘tougher approach’ from SRA on rogue solicitors
Law Society Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
A major review of the factors behind insurance fraud has laid out a series of recommendations to be adopted in the legal sector. The Insurance Fraud Taskforce, which has spent more than a year analysing the subject, said more can be done by... Read more
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express
Driverless cars are heading to a road near you SOON.. but who pays out for accidents? DRIVERLESS cars could soon be a reality on British roads but insurers say it
Driverless cars are heading to a road near you SOON.. but who pays out for accidents?
express / Posted 23 days ago
DRIVERLESS cars could soon be a reality on British roads but insurers say it could mean all traffic rules are ripped up and re-written. Google's driverless cars... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Treasury announces cap on 'rip-off' pension exit fees“The Government isn’t prepared to stand by and see people either ripped off or
Treasury announces cap on 'rip-off' pension exit fees
Daily Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
“The Government isn’t prepared to stand by and see people either ripped off or blocked from accessing their own money by excessive charges." Following our campaign, in July 2015 the Treasury launched a consultation paper on the early exit fees... Read more
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Money Marketing Online
Osborne hands FCA duty to cap ‘excessive’ exit feesChancellor George Osborne has told the FCA to cap “excessive” pension exit fees
Osborne hands FCA duty to cap ‘excessive’ exit fees
Money Marketing Online / Posted 23 days ago
Chancellor George Osborne has told the FCA to cap “excessive” pension exit fees. Speaking in the House of Commons, Osborne said while the pension freedoms had been welcomed by savers, the Government remains concerned that roughly 700,000 people face... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Allianz, Zurich and AXA unite to regulate UK driverless car insuranceAs the UK takes a leading role in the autonomous and driverless car race, some
Allianz, Zurich and AXA unite to regulate UK driverless car insurance
Computer Business Review / Posted 23 days ago
As the UK takes a leading role in the autonomous and driverless car race, some of the largest insurance companies in the country have come together to tackle the changes needed to ensure cars are safe and comply with regulations. In total, 11... Read more
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Gazette
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless carsSome of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to exam
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless cars
Gazette / Posted 23 days ago
Some of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to examine the potential impact of driverless cars in the UK. The organisation will consider who would be liable after an accident - possibly drivers, manufacturers or software... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless carsSome of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to exam
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless cars
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
Some of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to examine the potential impact of driverless cars in the UK. The organisation will consider who would be liable after an accident - possibly drivers, manufacturers or software... Read more
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Northern Echo
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless carsSome of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to exam
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless cars
Northern Echo / Posted 23 days ago
Some of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to examine the potential impact of driverless cars in the UK. The organisation will consider who would be liable after an accident - possibly drivers, manufacturers or software... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless carsSome of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to exam
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless cars
Kingston Guardian / Posted 23 days ago
Some of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to examine the potential impact of driverless cars in the UK. The organisation will consider who would be liable after an accident - possibly drivers, manufacturers or software... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless carsSome of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to exam
Insurers' alliance to probe impact of driverless cars
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Some of Britain's largest motor insurance firms have formed an alliance to examine the potential impact of driverless cars in the UK. The organisation will consider who would be liable after an accident - possibly drivers, manufacturers or software... Read more
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