Impact of Automated Vehicles on Motor Insurance Market

As Consumer-driven Revenues Likely to Shrink Considerably by 2050, Insurers to Find New Avenues to Offset the Deficit
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Published: 23 Sep 2015

With the technology steadily advancing from semi-autonomous vehicles to fully-autonomous vehicles, the chances of vehicles meeting with an accident and causing a fatality are reduced considerably. Over the long term, as manually-driven vehicles are replaced by autonomous vehicles, the risk of vehicles crashing is minimised substantially, which will reduce the amount of insurance premiums, thereby having an adverse impact on the current business model of the motor insurance industry. As the vehicle takes over the control of driving, there would be a shift in liability on who needs to pay the premium. This research analysis aims to highlight opportunities and avenues that could offset this deficit.


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