Category Archives: Personal

home insurance claims
14 Aug

The most common reasons for home insurance claims

Home insurance policies offer comfort and peace of mind in the event that the worst happens. Have a look at the following most common reasons for home insurance claims and how you can take steps to lower your risk: Accidental damage—Accidents happen. In fact, they are the most common reason for home insurance claims. Accidental

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supercar
03 Aug

Why do you need specialist supercar insurance?

1. Why is it important to make sure that you have specialist cover? Using a broker that you can talk to (like A-Plan) means that you can make sure that you are getting the right level of cover at the right price. Many clients have requirements that ‘off the shelf’ online and direct markets cannot

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27 Jul

Road safety over the summer holidays

Heading off on a road trip over the school holidays this summer? In that case, there are a few extra road safety tips to bear in mind to ensure it goes off without a hitch. Check your car before long journeys If you’re off on a long journey, check over your car to make sure

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mobility
10 Jul

Mobility Adapted Homes

Maintaining your independence is a major concern when you’re faced with the prospect of living with a disability, but the good news is that there’s plenty you can do to make your everyday life more straightforward when you’re around the house. Let’s look at some of the changes you can make so that your home

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windscreen
29 Jun

Heat wave causes surge in windscreen damage

The recent hot weather has led to a surge in calls to windscreen repair companies for replacement glass services, following glass expanding in the heat. When this is combined with air conditioning and pre-existing chips, it causes windscreens to crack. The difference in temperatures between the heat outside and the cold interior of your car

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25 Jun

Drink Driving: The Law

You don’t need us to tell you that drink driving is against the law; it has been since 1967, and we’re all aware that the penalties for getting behind the wheel after too much alcohol are serious. That said, there’s still plenty of confusion on the subject, so let’s look at drink driving in more

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unoccupied
19 Jun

How to protect your home while you’re working abroad

While you’re working abroad for an extended period, the last thing you want to be worrying about is whether your home is safe in your absence. Protecting your home is about more than just locking all the doors and windows and leaving a key with a neighbour so that they can pop in from time

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13 Jun

Upgrading your TV – Does your contents insurance fully cover you?

With the 2018 Football World Cup about to kick off this week, retailers will expect to see a significant rise in sales of TVs ahead of the tournament. A report from ThisIsMoney.co.uk said of TV’s sales around the time of the 2014 World Cup: “Sales of widescreen televisions have boomed at Tesco and John Lewis

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cameras
11 Jun

Cars and cameras: the good and the bad

It’s amazing how many different ways cameras are used on the roads these days. They can both get you into trouble and keep you out of it – whether you realise it or not. Let’s take a look at some of the ways in which cameras could help or hinder you behind the wheel. Enforcement

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