Driver Tracking Hits Roadblock

Although tracking drivers has saved the insured some money since its implementation, California is starting to more closely monitor the practice and will likely begin to get in the way of such activities.


California is turning into a battleground for technology that allows auto insurers to track their customers' driving behavior and offer them lower premiums, b u t that privacy advocates reject as an excessive intrusion with serious consequences.

Insurance companies are increasingly installing small boxes in clients' cars that monitor everything from how much customers drive to their average speeds to where they drive. Continue Reading


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