Help Category: My data & privacy
The black box fitted to your car collects a wide range of driving information and we understand that customers may be concerned about how this information will be used. We’re committed to keeping your driving information safe and confidential.
- We will use your driving information to encourage you to drive safely, such as by awarding Bonus Miles each month to safe drivers.
- We will use your driving information to help us reduce fraud, by checking if another driver is making a false claim against you, or if you are making a false claim.
- We will only share your driving information with our trusted business partners.
- We will not release your driving information to the police or to any civil authorities unless we have your permission or we are required to do so by law, or we suspect fraud or attempted fraud.
- We will not refuse your claim simply because you were driving above the legal speed limit. We will stop recording data if you sell your car or cancel your policy.
CUE (Claims and Underwriting Exchange) is a central database of motor, home, travel and personal injury/industrial illness incidents reported to insurance companies, which may or may not have given rise to a claim. Information held on CUE helps to fight against fraud.
The Motor Insurers Bureau is the Data Controller for CUE. Details of how to find information held on CUE can be found here: www.mib.org.uk/managing-insurance-data/mib-managed-services/cue-miaftr/
Yes, how we share your information with external databases such as CUE is outlined in our Privacy Notice.
You can contact your previous insurer, if you believe they have filed incorrect information about you on CUE. Alternatively, the Motor Insurers Bureau can be contacted on 0345 1652803 (Freephone) or at email@example.com.
You can contact the Motor Insurers Bureau on 0345 1652803 (Freephone) or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The right to rectification turnaround is a maximum of 30 days. The Motor Insurers Bureau and the insurer that entered the record on to CUE are jointly responsible for responding to any rectification requests. A response must be provided to the data subject (you) within a month and it’ll usually take 48 hours for a record to update on CUE.
The Motor Insurers Bureau are unable to make any changes to the record if the insurer has stated that they are happy with the accuracy of the record. If the data subject remains unhappy with the insurer response then they need to raise a complaint with that insurer.
Claims are held for 6 years from date of closure.