Several recent developments which are likely to affect the ultimate policy outcome for motor insurance law in the UK should be noted, namely the ongoing REFIT legislative process and the recent cases BTA Baltic Insurance and Cameron v Hussain.
Working out how any post-Brexit motor insurance regime in the UK might fit with the European regime is not completely straightforward at a time when both have a lot of moving parts. Continue reading
Compulsory motor insurance across Europe currently is under the scrutiny of the European Commission, which is carrying out its REFIT review of the Codified Motor Insurance Directive. Although much of that is likely to focus on the challenges of the Vnuk decision, it seems that the other European institutions and stakeholders are also considering the future shape of potentially important aspects of motor insurance law.