Articles - Telematics works better than you may think


LexisNexis have produced a White Paper that provides compelling evidence of the social benefits of telematics and what this means for your insurance brand. Telematics is doing more than you perhaps think. Download their full white paper which tracks the growth of telematics, the reduction in road casualties and consumer trends.

 

 

 Realise the true ROI of telematics-enabled insurance.

 UK road casualty rates are falling in the UK driving population as a whole, but exactly how large a role has telematics played? Exclusively, LexisNexis Risk Solutions has analysed the UK Government’s annual Road Safety Statistics to look at these data points through a new lens.
  
 Access this white paper here to see:
 
 • The influence of telematics on UK road casualty numbers over the past seven years
 • The potential growth opportunities
 • Why we as an industry should be doing more

  
 
 • 13 page PDF with facts and stats on UK telematics uptake
 • Detailed analysis of the UK Government’s annual Road Safety Statistics
 • An overview of consumer attitudes
 • Our suggested next steps to benefit all road users
 
  
  
 

  

 
  

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