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  • Morocco: Govt works to reduce motor accident fatalities

    Morocco aims to reduce the number of road accident deaths to below 1,900 a year by 2026. The number currently stands at more than 3,000.

    Middle East | 18 Feb 2020
  • Senegal: Motor accidents cost up to 2% of GDP each year

    Traffic accidents result in nearly CFA74bn ($122m) per year in Senegal in economic costs, or 1 to 2% of GDP, the executive director of the Association pf Insurers of Senegal (AAS), Mr Matar Faye, has said.

    Africa | 17 Feb 2020
  • Auto sales dive in Jan, hit by Spring Festival and coronavirus

    Major automakers in China sold fewer than 2m cars in aggregate last month, an 18% plunge from a year earlier, according to China's Association of Automobile Manufacturers.

    China | 14 Feb 2020
  • Morocco: Insurers aim to stamp out motor fraud

    There are two main areas of risk in the insurance process, that are susceptible to motor fraud which has exploded in Morocco in recent years as indicated by claims figures.

    Middle East | 12 Feb 2020
  • Ghana: Fake motor insurance stickers cost insurers millions

    Insurance companies in Ghana are losing approximately GHS390m ($71.6m) in gross revenue annually to fraudsters that issue fake motor insurance stickers to unsuspecting vehicle owners, the head of the National Insurance Commission (NIC), Mr Justice Yaw Ofori, has disclosed.

    Africa | 10 Feb 2020
  • Turkey: About half of registered motorcycles lack insurance

    About 1.84m or 55% of the total number of motorcycles registered with the traffic authorities are covered by insurance, estimates the Turkey Statistical Institute.

    Middle East | 10 Feb 2020
  • Thailand: 8 insurers form pool to provide coverage for taxis

    The Office of Insurance Commission (OIC) together with the Thai General Insurance Association (TGIA) have brought eight insurance companies together to sign an agreement to establish a taxi insurance pool.

    Asia | 10 Feb 2020
  • Bahrain: Regulator sets out benefits in unified own-damage motor insurance policy

    The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has issued a resolution on the Unified Own-Damage Motor Insurance Policy, in order to develop insurance services in the Kingdom, to provide insurance on a sound and fair basis, and to set the minimum benefits for policyholders.

    Middle East | 06 Feb 2020
  • Insurer launches campaign against high beam usage

    HDFC Ergo, a private non-life player in India, in association with BIG FM radio has launched the 'High Beam - Not Ok please' campaign on the excessive usage of high beam lights on Indian highways while driving, which is a threat to human lives and contributes to many road accidents in the country.

    AIRPlus | 06 Feb 2020
  • Australia: Claims data reveals most accidents occur during school pick-up time

    Almost a third (27%) of road accidents in Australia were found to have occurred between 1pm and 4.30pm - children usually get picked up from school during this time period. The revelation was discovered by Australia's largest national car insurer AAMI when it analysed 340,000 insurance claims filed from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019.

    Asia | 31 Jan 2020

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