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Power
2nd November 2017
App prevents the pain of non-starts this winter

During the cold winter a dead battery is one of the most common reasons for roadside assistance, but a clever smartphone app supported by a self-installed plug-in device from Smartdriverclub, the connected car service, can help motorists avoid a nasty shock when they switch on the ignition. The smartphone app – Viewpoint – will send an alert to the motorist if it detects the battery charge is running low so that they can get the ...

Analysis
30th October 2017
Top tips on what to do when you have a prang

According to the latest government statistics, road casualties have risen in the last year but fortunately not all accidents mean someone is hurt. So what do you do when you have a prang with another vehicle and the only damage is to your car? Is it necessary to call the Police? What information do you need to gather for an insurance claim? Smartdriverclub, the connected car and insurance service offers its top tips.

Analysis
5th September 2017
Plug-in tech upgrade brings peace of mind to motorists

  A survey of motorists conducted by Smartdriverclub, the connected car service, has found that 1 in 4 has made the decision to delay buying their next car to help them manage their motoring costs. Other cost cutting measures include shopping around for motor insurance (63%), being more conscious of fuel use (48%) and even downsizing (16%).

Artificial Intelligence
31st July 2017
Plug-in tech upgrade helps Gran drive safer and smarter

One in four motorists has made the decision to delay buying their next car to help them manage their motoring costs, according to a survey carried out by Smartdriverclub, the UK’s first connected car service. Other cost cutting measures include shopping around for motor insurance (63%), being more conscious of fuel use (48%) and even downsizing (16%).

Analysis
14th July 2017
Stay safe on the road and get connected

Motorists are being warned to prepare for extra busy road conditions this summer as a combination of record-breaking traffic levels, the Brexit effect increasing bookings for staycations and major upgrades to the rail network look set to create additional congestion on the roads.

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