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GWILT, Michael Peter (born 1957), Motor Risk Manager, HDI-Gerling Insurance, since 2012

Freeman-Thomas, Freeman (1866 - 1941), Lord Warden of Cinque Ports since 1936; Chairman Briggs Motor Bodies Ltd, Director of London and Lancashire Insurance Co., and of Westminster Bank Ltd; Chancellor of Order of St Michael and St George since 1936

STOREY, John Stanley (1896 - 1955), Chairman: Repco Ltd; Overseas Corporation (Aust.) Ltd; Bristol Aeroplane Co. (Aust.) Pty Ltd; National Motor Springs Pty Ltd; Kirkstall-Repco Ltd; Dep.-Chm., Allied Ironfounders (Aust.) Pty Ltd; Director, Royal Insurance Co. Ltd (Aust.) and a number of industrial companies

POLLEN, Arthur Joseph Hungerford (1866 - 1937), Chairman of Follsain Metals, Ltd; Director of the Follsain Syndicate, Ltd, of Bentonite, Ltd, Birmingham Small Arms Company Ltd, The Daimler Company Ltd, Car and General and Motor Union Insurance Companies; writer on naval affairs; pioneer of Naval Fire Control

SHRAPNELL-SMITH, Edward Shrapnell (1875 - 1952), a pioneer of commercial road motor transport; Director Car and General and Motor Union Insurance, Eastwoods, Ltd, and other Companies; Chairman, RFD Co. Ltd, Phillips Telescopic Taps Co. Ltd, Hurtwood Water Co., Ltd; Member Road-Rail Appeal Tribunal of the Transport Tribunal (Member Road and Rail Traffic Act, 1933, Appeal Tribunal, 1934–51); Chairman, Petroleum Industry Committee, British Standards Institution, 1934–44; Chairman, National Savings Cttee of Road Transport Industry, 1941–48

 

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A form of insurance covering loss or damage to motor vehicles and any legal liabilities for bodily injury or damage to other people's property. Drivers have a legal obligation to be covered against third-party claims (see third-party insurance), but most drivers or owners of vehicles have a comprehensive insurance, providing wide coverage of all the risks involved in owning a motor vehicle. An intermediate cover is known as third-party, fire, and theft. See also no-claim bonus.

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