The Big Data Of Bad Driving, And How Insurers Plan To Track Your Every Turn

 Thursday, January 7, 2016

 The Washington Post

For years, insurance companies have used estimates of your annual mileage to determine your car insurance rates. But with recent changes in technology, insurers now have an unprecedented ability to judge your actual driving habits. Armed with detailed data on how often you slam on the brakes and what times of day you’re on the road, insurance companies are increasingly relying on precise, technological means of assessing risk — and using that information to set your monthly premiums.
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