Phoning while driving and radar detectors : ebonus is always ahead of the curve !
Sunday, 12 June 2011


Last week, at the fourth CISR (Interministerial Committee for Driving Safety), the government presented a new series of measures designed to reinforce road safety, which included a ban on radar detectors as well as tougher sanctions for using mobile phones while driving.  


The CNIL’s position on Pay-As-You-Drive™
Monday, 01 October 2007

It’s a fact : automobile insurance companies are becoming more and more interested in computerized devices that track real vehicle usage so they can offer personalized insurance premiums. To comply with the law, the National Commission for Information Technology and Privacy Rights (CNIL) must approve each plan to ensure that the solutions insurance companies develop pose the least possible risk to individual privacy rights .


Pay-As-You-Drive™ for Individual Vehicles
Sunday, 16 July 2006

Through the course of the plenary meetings on July 6, 2006, the CNIL debated the e-bonus project that ACT Concepts presented as a PAYD solution for individuals. The advantage of this solution with respect to individual privacy rights is that the data is used only to generate statistics and no raw data is stored or transmitted elsewhere.

AXA’s Solution for Commercial Fleets
Sunday, 07 October 2007

Beginning in 2008, AXA will offer a type of Pay-As-You-Drive insurance to commercial fleets which relies on the « machine to machine » technology of Orange. This is a first in the French market where several Pay-As-You-Drive™ proposals have been turned down by the CNIL.