Motor Insurance - all you need to know in a nutshell

Tuesday, 03 September 2024
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (UK time)
    • Alan Chandler, CEO, Alan Chandler Training

Motor Insurance - all you need to know in a nutshell

We all purchase motor insurance for ourselves, and most brokers place it for their clients in some shape way or form, but how much do we really know about motor insurance. It has become so automated that many broker and insurer staff have forgotten the details of the cover, and some have never even been taught about the coverage, well this is opportunity to refresh and learn about this essential cover.

A generation back most people's first taste of insurance was writing out cover notes and working through manual rating guides forcing staff to understand component parts of motor cover. This has now been replaced by big data and automation meaning less and less people have retained knowledge of this key cover.

This webinar is presented by Alan Chandler one of the most popular insurance presenters in the UK. Alan will go through the key component parts of a motor policy, and it will include looking at what is actually covered under the main cover options. Alan will also explore how rating is evolving with big data which will transform the way motor insurance is rated.

The webinar learning objectives are as follows: -

Delegates will be able to:

  • Understand how third-party motor cover operates.
  • Understand how fire theft and comprehensive motor cover operates.
  • Understand the main exclusions of a motor policy.
  • Understand how rating of motor insurance is evolving.

As our webinars are provided free of charge, please help us support the work of The Insurance Charities, helping those who work or have worked in the insurance profession. The Insurance Institute of York has set up a donation page to The Insurance Charities so all donations can now be made online using this link

On behalf of the Insurance Institute of York, thank you in advance of your donation. All donations big or small are welcomed and appreciated.

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