COVID-19 is dramatically changing driving behavior nationwide. While claims and miles driven are decreasing, one thing has increased – drivers’ appetite for risk. The reduction in U.S. daily trips taken and miles driven resulted in 65 percent less miles traveled in April 2020 versus January 2020. Speeding during COVID-19 increased by 27 percent. In this July edition of CCC Trends, Susanna Gotsch analyzes what industry trends are driving the increase in risk, accident severity, and more. Download the full PDF report here.