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One of the biggest selling points of a telematics insurance policy is the money you can save on your car insurance. By monitoring your driving, these policies can reward good driving by reducing your insurance premiums and putting money back into your pocket. However, the benefits of having a black box or other telematics device needn’t stop at saving you money on your insurance – it may also help you to save money on the everyday costs of your car.
Telematics insurance is a great way to save money on your car insurance because it lets your driving do the talking – not general statistics. However, there are some sure-fire ways to reduce your telematics premium.
Even though telematics insurance can be cheaper for young drivers across the country, many teenagers dread the thought of having a black box fitted to their car and being monitored. But is everything you believe about telematics actually accurate?
Technology is expanding in almost every aspect of our world, so it’s no surprise that it’s more present than ever inside our cars. From devices that locate lost keys to Bluetooth that connects to our MP3 players, technological advancements are a luxury that can make our driving lives easier and more enjoyable.
You may have heard of a ‘telematics device’ or ‘black box’ before, but have you ever wondered what one actually is? If you’re not sure what a telematics device is or what it does, we’re here to explain.
Many people will shy away at the mention of a ‘black box’, but how many of the things that people say about telematics are actually true? We’re debunking some common misconceptions about telematics insurance to help you make an informed decision as to whether a telematics policy is right for you.
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Many young people and parents shudder at the mention of ‘black box’ - but do you know what telematics scores are actually based on? Before scrolling past that telematics quote, make sure you’re in the know about how telematics policies really work.
From phones that unlock just by recognising your face to devices controlled purely by your voice, there’s no denying that technology is expanding rapidly into our everyday lives. Are self-driving cars the next thing to look out for?