New for 2019, we have just launched our specialist Motor Breakdown Cover which is provided by AA and DAS. Our product includes a comprehensive range of cover as standard, whilst allowing the client to pick and choose which vehicles require protection.
We have just launched our latest product, Countryside Liability. It is a specialist liability product designed to complement our already successful Countryside Motor policy. Whilst the product will cater for agricultural contractors up to 100%, we are extending our trade list to incorporate a whole host of other trades associated with the rural community.
We have been working hard to ensure that our business is fully prepared for the launch of the new general data protection regulations which come into force from 25/5/18. In addition we would like to take this opportunity to address some current topics.
Following a very successful 2017 and a positive start to 2018 we would like to thank you for your continued support. We have been working with our insurer partners and would like to share with you an addition to our product line up, updated policy wordings and a new claims service provider.
We are pleased to announce some important enhancements to our Farm and Estate Policy
Being the innocent party in a motoring accident can be a traumatic experience, so to assist in resolving the complexities involved, we are pleased to announce a new section of our Farmcare Motor Policy providing cover for Uninsured Loss Recovery.
As part of our ongoing improvements programme we recently made some positive changes to our Farm & Estate policy as well as the launch of our revamped equine policy, Equi-Sure. Further improvements will continue across the business with product development, IT and customer satisfaction all high on our agenda.
With effect from 1st February 2017, we are introducing our enhanced policy wording which includes new cover extensions, increased limits and a new legal expenses provider.
With effect from 4th January 2017, we are introducing our new policy - Equi-Sure which includes new cover extensions, increased limits and new limits of indemnity.
Under new FCA regulations effective from 1st April 2016, the process of “opting out” is no longer allowed.