Not all Young Drivers are Bad Drivers
Posted on 12/10/16
Young people are more likely to die in a preventable road crash than they are to die from any other single cause.
17-24 year olds are involved in one in four road deaths and serious injuries, but only account for 12% of licence holders. (Brake)
It’s because of statistics like this that young drivers often face difficulty when it comes to looking for affordable car insurance. It’s also a reason why parents often worry about their children having a crash, and would love to have a way of knowing their child is safe! (Association of British Insurers)
The ChilliDrive App from Autoline can help young drivers become safer, smarter drivers!
This innovative smartphone app is based on telematics and GPS technology and it simply measures driving for smoothness, anticipation, cornering and speed. Each journey generates a score from 1-5, with users receiving feedback after each trip is completed.
By providing ongoing mentoring, feedback and guidance, the app acts as an in-car coach, providing simple, constructive feedback and tips on how you can improve your driving.
Young Drivers can also earn big savings by taking out a ChilliDrive policy, compared to a standard private car policy – sometimes as much as £1,500*.
ChilliDrive App recognised at Insurance Times Awards
The new ChilliDrive App from Autoline received industry recognition when awarded the “Broker Innovation” category at the prestigious Insurance Times Awards ceremony in London.
The award is testament to the ground-breaking work that Autoline has invested in within the Telematics insurance sector. Since launching the first telematics product, the “Road-safe Reward App”, Autoline has helped over 2,000 young drivers get on the road with cheaper, smarter insurance.
Michael Blaney, Managing Director, accepted the award at the awards ceremony held in London at the start of December. Click on the link below to watch a short clip of what Michael had to say following the success.Back to news