Someone's trying to kill peer-to-peer car sharing companies by regulating them. At least that's the contention of Turo, which made its case in a recent story.

Disruption of car rental forms by Turo and analogue taxi firms by Uber, Lyft et al highlight the impact of legislation for good or bad.

The outcomes will impact the strategies that insurers must implement to maintain their share of insurance premiums. Not to mention autonomous vehicle fleets of course.

Have you anticipated the opportunities and threats as an insurer, ecosystem leader or insurtech?