White Paper / Risk Management
Who pays for the increase in collisions & deaths due to distracted driving?

A growing number of in-vehicle distractions fight for the attention of drivers. High profile cases of distracted drivers involved in vehicle crashes are frequently in the headlines. During the past four years, the number and costs of claims has consistently increased. So, who pays the cost of the increase in collisions and deaths due to distracted driving? You, the insurance buyer, will ultimately pay unless you proactively show underwriters the steps you are taking to keep your drivers safe.

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