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New Vodafone report calls on UK govt to offer 'black box' telematics incentives

Friday 14 February 2020 | 11:16 CET | News
The UK government should do more to encourage the adoption of 'black box' telematics products in vehicles, according to a new report from Vodafone, published in partnership with economics and public policy consultancy WPI.

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Companies: Vodafone
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