Assurances: les tarifs vont augmenter en 2022 et 2023, mais resteront “en dessous” de l’inflation

At the end of a meeting in Bercy with the Minister of Economy, Bruno Le Maire, the French insurers promised, on Tuesday, to contain the average rate of their rates for 2022 and 2023 at a level below » from inflation.

De quoi être reassured. On Tuesday, September 20, the French insurers promised, at the end of a meeting with the Minister of Economy, Bruno Le Maire, to contain an increase in rates, commonly called “primes” at a level “en dessous » de l’inflation pour cette année et l’prochaine.

“I think that nous sommes parvenus au meilleur accord possible dans une situation qui est très tendue pour le monde de l’assurance”, said the tenants of Bercy during a press conference.

With inflation reaching 5.9% in August, Florence Lustman, president of France Assureurs «partage l’ambition du ministre qui est d’aider à lutter pour le pouvoir d’achat».

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A car check of 100 euros, intended for the unemployed under 25 years of age, was promised by the sector. Des «engagements individuels» from the company for les public les plus precariouss, must follow «dans les jours et les weeks qui viennent» and announces Florence Lustman.

Concerning the suppression of the green vignette in auto insurance or à une plus grande utilização des pieces de reemploi pour la réparation, des moyens ont été identificados for reduce les costs aupres des assureurs. The discussion should continue.

The bankers, who were summoned to Bercy last Tuesday, are committed to not increasing their rates by 2% next year. Les offres dedicated aux publics les plus fragiles vont en outre passer de trois à un euro per mois.

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