as informed in Submit the press releaseTU-Automotive Partnered with CrowdReviews.com to Announce Connected car Insurance Europe 2017; Metromile CEO Joins the Keynote Speaker Line-UpNaples, FL, February 17, 2017 –– TU-Automotive are thrilled to announce that Dan Preston, CEO of Metromile is joining the keynote speaker line-up at Connected Car Insurance Europe 2017 (April 19-20, London).
Europe has demonstrated that they’re ahead in InsurTech and Connected Car Insurance Europe is a must-attend event to connect with like-minded companies and individuals.”Connected Car Insurance Europe is the leading convergence of the connected motor insurance executives looking to be at the forefront of the impact of vehicle connectivity on traditional insurance models.
He will be joining the likes of Aviva, Generali, insurethebox, AIG, Zurich, Direct Line Group, RSA, MAPFRE to deliver their insights on the future of the connected motor insurance space.
Dan brings an American flavour to an already prestigious speaker line-up composed of the biggest European insurance carriers.
This year the agenda tackles how to usher in a new era of mobility insurance products powered by usage based insurance data.
referring to A La-Z-Boy recliner is recalled due to a shock hazard, and there is new information about how many people actually shop around for their car insurance.
Most of us laugh at commercials but don’t really listen and see if there’s savings out.
La-Z-Boy RecallResponds What to Know Before Ordering Flowers for Your ValentineThe Consumer Product Safety Commission sent out the word Wednesday afternoon.
La-Z-Boy is recalling a series of recliners with a power lift seat.
A new survey says 39 percent of us have never shopped around to see if there’s cheaper insurance somewhere else.
NJ Drivers Pay the Highest Car Insurance Premiums in the Nation
referring to New Jersey drivers pay more for car insurance premiums than anyone else in the country.
New Jersey drivers have paid the highest car insurance premiums in the nation five years in a row, according to a new report by the National Association of Insurance Commissioners.
The national average for insurance premiums in 2014 was $866.31 per car, according to report.
If you think you are paying more for your car insurance in New Jersey, you are not wrong.
In comparison, Iowa came in with the lowest insurance premiums with an average of $585.71 per car.
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