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    Usage-based insurance in India and the role of blockchain vehicle passports
    In an effort to boost technology-enabled insurance, India’s insurance regulator, the Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI), in July this year permitted general insurance companies to introduce concepts such as “pay as you drive” and “pay how you drive” for own damage (OD) coverage. Following the announcement, activity in the usage-based insurance (UBI) space, a type of motor insurance that tracks mileage and driving behaviors, has picked up and should gather p...
    Executive Interview: Frank Schlehuber, aftermarket director, CLEPA, on automotive remanufacturing in Europe
    The remanufacturing industry has existed for several decades, but while operations began as small businesses, the past few years have seen participation from OEMs and tier-1 suppliers, which have begun to see its economic and environmental benefits. Remanufacturing makes an important contribution to achieving the carbon dioxide (CO2) reduction targets that the European Commission is striving for with the Green Deal, and its role has been recognized in the European Commission’s Circular Economy...
    UK’s 2030 ban on ICE vehicles puts spotlight on charging infrastructure readiness
    The United Kingdom recently announced its plans to ban the sales of petrol and diesel cars and vans by 2030, superseding the previous goal to ban new internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicle sales by 2040. The sale of plug-in hybrid (PHEV) cars and vans that have zero-emission driving capability will be allowed until 2035. While the government’s announcement is seen as a step in the right direction, it is going to impact the plans of automakers, electric vehicle (EV) charging point operators (...
    Emission regulation in mainland China and impact on vehicle scrappage volume
    China, the world’s largest auto market, has for long grappled with air pollution. Many of its key cities such as Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen have seen air quality deteriorate over the years. A rising number of vehicles on its roads is seen as one of the main factors contributing to the air pollution. Emissions from around 6.2 million vehicles were responsible for 45% of Beijing’s concentration of small, breathable particles known as PM2.5, a key indicator of air pollution, acc...
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