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Pakistanis ranked ‘best drivers’ of 2020 in UAE

Yallacompare’s CFO Jonathan Rawling says that user-declared data showed Pakistani drivers were the best in the UAE in 2020.

A UAE-based insurance company carried out a study in the UAE which declared Pakistani drivers as the ‘best’ after they were found to be involved in the least number of accidents.

Khaleej Times reported that Yallacompare’s insurance comparison platform showed that only 2.5% of Pakistani drivers made claims in the past 12 months. This data was further examined by the customer nationality.

Pakistanis topped the list as Lebanon took second place with 3.2% insurance claims in the UAE. The third, fourth and fifth places were taken by Filipinos, Syrians, and Jordanians respectively.

“It’s interesting to discover that according to our user-declared data, Pakistani drivers were the best in the UAE in 2020, from the point of view of making insurance claims.”

Yallacompare’s CFO Jonathan Rawling said.

The report also indicated that the total percentage of insurance claims made by Pakistani drivers in the UAE has been reduced in 2020.

However, Khaleej Times also burst the bubble and said that this could also be because of the lesser number of people driving last year due to the coronavirus lockdown and the work-from-home policy.

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