Telematics reaching mainstream ‘tipping point’ — Carrot boss

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There has never ‘been a brighter future for telematics’ as the Covid-19 pandemic has ‘focused people’s attention’ says telematics business head

The telematics market is “reaching a tipping point” to become “more mainstream thinking” rather than just being brushed off as a product for new or younger drivers, said Norrie Erwin, managing director of telematics business Carrot.

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