The telematics provider aims to take ‘a leading position’ as the ‘champion for young drivers’ by speaking up as part of a government inquiry exploring why young drivers are at a higher risk of being involved in road traffic collisions
In September, telematics business Carrot Insurance participated in the House of Commons Transport Select Committee’s inquiry into the reasons why young drivers are at a higher risk of being involved in road traffic collisions.
For Norrie Erwin, the firm’s managing director, Carrot’s involvement emphasised its “intrinsic role in the younger driver market” and supported its position as “the champion for young drivers”.
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