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Puerto de Alcala, Madrid

Thursday, 15 July 2021

Green Cards: The latest news for UK drivers

It was announced recently that drivers of UK-registered vehicles will soon no longer need a Green Card to evidence they have valid motor insurance when driving in the EU.

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Rias customer Jilly Howard and her patio doors

Friday, 18 June 2021

RIAS comes to the rescue after toddler accidentally smashes patio door

In times of crisis, sometimes the most important thing is a listening ear and a dash of humour. And that’s exactly what Jilly Howard got when she called her insurer RIAS, part of Ageas Insurance, after an accident at her home in Exeter.

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Motorway traffic in Europe

Wednesday, 13 January 2021

Brexit: Can I drive my car in Europe from 1st January 2021?

The UK Government has announced that discussions with the EU to agree the terms of the future relationship between the two have been successful, but there are still some matters that have yet to be decided between the EU and UK.

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Electric bike on countryside road

Monday, 01 June 2020

Rias gets 73-year-old carer back on her bike after lockdown theft

Melanie Doel-Davis’ bike isn’t just a set of wheels that gets her from A to B. It’s a vital lifeline for people in Portsmouth because it’s what 73-year-old Melanie uses to get to her job as a carer in the community.

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Older couple in car with male driver wearing glasses

Tuesday, 29 January 2019

Rias secures Insurance Times Bronze Award for safer driving initiative and partnership with Specsavers

Back in 2017, Rias partnered up with Specsavers to give customers access to free eye tests and discounted glasses. This initiative aimed to help reduce the number of accidents and catastrophic motor insurance claims caused by poor eyesight, which is a large contributor to unsafe driving .

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Driver fitting dash cam to car windscreen

Thursday, 29 March 2018

Don’t come unstuck by the device on your windscreen

As drivers head out for their Easter adventures, new research shows that half of them may come unstuck by the position of the device on their windscreen.

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