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Friday 13th: Insurer reveals lockdown laptop calamities as accidental damage rises during pandemic
Accident-prone Brits damage more laptops and tablets since the start of lockdown
Ageas reports strong half year 2021 results
Ageas UK today reports continued strong trading results, supported by Motor performance for the first six months of 2021.
Staycation summer: Three-in-10 drivers so worried about narrow country lanes they deliberately avoid them
Three-in-10 motorists admit to deliberately steering clear of narrow country lanes and are prepared to take a detour of 16 miles or 25 minutes to avoid them, according to new research from one of the UK’s biggest car insurers, Ageas, and the RAC.*
Ageas joins Sainsbury’s Bank’s Personal Motor Panel
Ageas is joining Sainsbury’s Bank’s carefully selected panel of personal motor insurance providers.
Final easing of lockdown expected to spark rise in ‘Crash 4 Cash’ induced collisions
One of the UK’s biggest car insurers is predicting a rise in induced road collisions, also known as ‘Crash 4 Cash’ scams, over the coming months as the UK leaves lockdown.
Now is the time to build back safer
The G7’s commitment to “Build Back a Better World” should start with a pledge to build back safer to tackle deaths and serious injuries on Britain’s roads.
Ageas reports first quarter 2021 results
Ageas UK provides a trading update for the first three months of 2021.
Ageas confirms transfer of Tesco Underwriting complete
Ageas UK Limited (Ageas) can today confirm the completion of the agreed transfer of its 50.1% stake in Tesco Underwriting to Tesco Personal Finance Plc. (‘Tesco Bank’).
Ageas achieves coveted customer service accreditation
Ageas Insurance has been awarded The Institute of Customer Service’s ServiceMark Accreditation, an independent and national benchmark of an organisation’s achievement in customer service and its commitment to upholding those standards.
Motorists urged to protect their vehicles as lockdown fuels catalytic converter thefts
Ageas Insurance says it has seen a marked rise in theft of catalytic converters since the start of the first lockdown just over a year ago, with this type of crime now accounting for three-in-10 of all theft claims reported.
Ageas UK results reflect evolving motor market and significant weather events
COR improves despite weather events as a result of lower motor claims frequency.