Association of British Insurers (ABI)

10th March 2022

Absolving Users of Blame in Driverless Cars Could Accelerate Adoption

TU-Automotive’s editor, Paul Myles, reports that “British lawyers are calling for automakers to shoulder unlimited legal responsibility for a driverless vehicle’s actions on the roads.” Subsequently, drivers will become...

By Graham Jarvis

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18th June 2021

Risks for Insurers in Rush Towards Driverless Tech

Definitions are often important – no more so when it involves safety. This is why there was a call for evidence in August 2020, and a confirmation by the...

By Graham Jarvis

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25th January 2021

Why Data-Driven Mobility Could be a Power for Good

Motor Insurers’ Bureau (MIB) chief executive Dominic Clayden claims the data-driven world of mobility can be a real power for good. He explained at an Association of British Insurers’...

By Graham Jarvis

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28th October 2020

Regulators Warned Against Allowing Driverless Lane-Change

Automotive safety experts and insurers are warning the UK government against its haste in allowing automated lane changing technology on to public roads. Thatcham Research and the Association of...

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31st May 2019

Fight Keyless Car Thefts With Security Incentives, Insurers Told

A wave of thefts of keyless operated vehicles in the UK has brought calls for insurers to offer greater incentives for consumers using after-market security devices. Latest figures from...

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20th May 2016

Wrestling with risk around the driverless car

The chances are good that in a decade’s time some of us will own a car that is capable of driving itself in many, if not most, situations. Our...

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