Posts Tagged ‘Miles Driven’

Industry Trends with Susanna Gotsch – August 2016

Jaclyn Sorci / Crash Course, Trends /

With economic recovery and cheap gasoline prices, more people have taken to the road again. This increase in miles driven can be expected to drive up auto claim frequency – a key concern. Although miles driven are expected to grow further, projections from the FHWA suggest the rate of growth will slow in the next […]

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2016: What About Claim Frequency?

Susanna Gotsch / Crash Course, Research /

Increases in auto claim frequency have been a topic of great interest to all in our industry.  Miles driven in the U.S. had been trending up slowly coming out of the recession, but when gas prices dropped, miles driven began to increase again.   Overall miles driven rose 3.5% in CY 15 versus the prior […]

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What’s in Store for 2016?

Susanna Gotsch / Crash Course, Perspectives /

(This article was first published in Claims Journal.) 2015 was in many ways a break-out year, where the automotive insurance and collision repair industries emerged from an almost eight year hiatus or pause in historic trends for automotive claim frequency. 2016 will likely see continuation of many of the trends experienced in 2015, but also […]

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Industry Trends with Susanna Gotsch – October 2015

Jaclyn Sorci / Crash Course, Trends /

The October 2015 CCC Trends video explores further demographic shifts in terms of where people are choosing to live and how that may be driving auto claim frequency trends. Analysis of recent census data through July 2014 by William Frey of the Brookings Institute confirms populations in the U.S. large cities have continued to grow. […]

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