Adapt: Mastering Telematics Technology

Dec. 8, 2019
In an Adapt podcast sponsored by OEC, Ryan McMahon, the vice president of insurance and governmental affairs at Cambridge Mobile Telematics, provides insight into what's next in the future of vehicle telematics and also offers advice for how body shop operators can better understand the evolving technology.
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Ryan McMahon, the vice president of insurance and governmental affairs at Cambridge Mobile Telematics, provides insight into what's next in the future of vehicle telematics and also offers advice for how body shop operators can better understand the evolving technology.

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