Following his appearance in the Sunday Telegraph and Mail Online at the weekend, Crispin Moger CEO at Marmalade, a provider of cars and insurance for young drivers, is concerned that safety – singularly the most important aspect of telematics-based insurance policies for young drivers today – was not a focus in the articles.
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Crispin Moger, CEO at Marmalade, the provider of cars and insurance for young drivers, comments on the calls to overhaul the current driving test. He explains the best way to promote driver safety for young people is to encourage the wider use of black box technology.
Crispin Moger, CEO at Marmalade, argues against the latest findings from ASDA Money. He says that increasing the age of driving to 20 is not going to make our children any safer on the roads - and that it may even increase the risks.
Crispin Moger, CEO at Marmalade, welcomes the recent call from the Association of British Insurers (ABI) for the Government to tackle the issue of young driver safety. However, he warns, it is pointless asking the Government to make this a priority, particularly with just 80 days to the election.
Crispin Moger comments on the news that around half of all parents of novice drivers in the EU support black box technology, and is pleased that the technology has finally started receiving some well-deserved recognition.
Crispin Moger, CEO at Marmalade, explains how his business is managing to reduce the cost of car insurance for young drivers at a time when the average premium is rising, particularly for this age group.
Keeping costs low and ensuring that the vehicle is safe are the two key concerns for any parent looking to buy their child a car, but there doesn’t have to be a compromise. Crispin Moger, CEO at Marmalade, provider of cars and insurance for young drivers, explains:
Providing inaccurate information when applying for car insurance can cost drivers hundreds of pounds, or even lead to an application being refused, so it’s worth taking the time to do it properly. Marmalade, the provider of cars and insurance for young drivers, provides top tips and tackles some common misconceptions.