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Uncover consumer perceptions of non-annualised policies (NAPs) and their growing value in the motor insurance market
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The growing value of non-annualised policies (NAPs)

Why motor insurance providers could benefit from improving their understanding of how non-annualised motor policies are used in the UK today.

While it might sometimes feel like a very settled market, motor insurance is changing as consumers’ needs change.

A combination of the social and economic effects of the Covid-19 pandemic, inflationary forces; and increased public concern about the environment are altering the way many UK consumers use their cars. One consequence of these changes is growing interest in non-annualised policies (NAPs) for motor insurance.

NAPs come in several different forms, but the most common are:
  • Temporary policies that may offer cover for periods ranging from a few hours to many weeks;
  • Subscription policies designed to meet specific needs, renewed on a rolling basis each month as needed
  • Pay-as-you-go policies. This is car insurance that you pay as you go per mile driven/used or pay upfront for a fixed amount of miles. 

In response to demand from insurance providers, LexisNexis Risk Solutions is leading an effort to improve the collection and analysis of data related to NAPs.

We partnered with Consumer Intelligence to survey more than 2,000 UK consumers, to assess levels of awareness and understanding of different types of NAPs, reasons for their use; and consumers’ experiences when applying for and using these products.

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