Increasing population of elderly drivers raises questions for insurers

11/13/2007 | PropertyCasualty360

The aging of the baby boomer generation will affect the insurance industry, Insurance Information Institute Chief Economist Steve Weisbart says. He says auto insurers will face a large population of people who will continue to drive into their 80s. This trend raises questions about whether insurers should create driving tests for the elderly and offer alternative transport services, among other things.

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