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We’re Claims Team of the Year!

We’re delighted to announce we’ve been named Claims Team of the Year by the Insurance Times. It’s been a busy time for us over the last two years. As lockdown changed the market, our focus shifted to account for closed cycle shops, delays in the delivery of parts and an increase in bicycle retail prices. We also launched a customer…

Motorbike breakdown recovery from UK’s most ethical provider

Motorbike Breakdown Cover from the ETA We can provide motorbike breakdown recovery in one of two ways: Personal cover – applies to you as rider / pillion, or driver / passenger on any bike or in any car Vehicle cover – applies to any rider using your bike Get a quote for ETA Motorbike Breakdown Cover Motorbike Breakdown Recovery If your…

Car breakdown warning lights up for grabs

If you’re unlucky to suffer a car breakdown, common sense dictates that you switch on your vehicle’s hazard lights before getting yourself and your passengers to a place of safety while you wait for recovery. LED road flares offer an additional way of minimising the risk of your vehicle being struck by an inattentive driver. At just 10cm in diameter…

No more honorifics

The use of titles to distinguish between married/unmarried women, but not men, is not only outmoded, but discriminatory so as a business we’ve now stopped using titles entirely with all our customers in written or emailed correspondence. From the start of this month, none of our written communications have included honorifics of any kind. We know it’s a small step,…

Six caravans that will change your mind about caravanning

We British have a love/hate relationship with the caravan. Even those who hate them, love to hate them. It’s not altogether clear why caravans polarize opinion in this way, but their image problem isn’t helped by anodyne styling and paint schemes – a design trait that prompted Ray Mears to brand them ‘mobile bread bins’.