Pay as you drive insurance in France
The country has been slower than its EU peers to adopt pay as you drive schemes owing to privacy concerns raised by the national data watchdog
The French insurance broker Solly Azar Assurances is to introduce the country’s first “pay as you drive” car insurance scheme. Sold under the name of “Easy Drive”, the scheme is aimed primarily at young drivers, who traditionally pay high premiums – typically of the order of €1,200 or €1,300 per annum – as insurers factor in their lack of experience.
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