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Impounded Vehicle

Did you know that in 2020 alone there were more than 93,000 impounded vehicle seizures in the United Kingdom? According to the Motor Insurance Bureau, vehicle impounds and clamping occur every 4 minutes in the UK! When this occurs, a short-term...

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Granite Underwriting Case Study: U Drive

U Drive Cover Limited is an independent insurance intermediary owned by a senior management team with over 50 years’ experience in the non-standard insurance market covering motor, commercial vehicle, fleet, household, and motorcycle.They welcome...

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Granite Underwriting Case Study: Quote Detective

Twenty years ago, David Harlow launched a non-standard motor insurance broker called Insure Your Motor. David and his business partners developed Insure Your Motor into a company with a GWP of over £50 million and a staff of around 130....

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Granite Underwriting E-Brochure

We are delighted to bring you the Granite Underwriting E-brochure. Designed to present you with all the need-to-know information about our specialist niche insurance products and services that we have to offer. If you have any questions, please...

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Haven Insurance Reaches Key Milestones

Granite Underwriting would like to share with you the news that our partner Haven Insurance has reached a number of key milestones. We wanted to take this opportunity to remind you of the exclusive product range open to you and provide an update...

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Crash for Cash

Firstly, more drivers are now returning to the road during the easing of lockdown measures, so it is important to remind your customers of the dangers of crash for cash scams. The Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB) identified over 170,000 claims...

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The Dangers of Ghost Broking

When providing insurance your customers must know the dangers of ghost broking. The city of London Police recently revealed Action Fraud received 694 reports of ghost broking in 2020. This reflects a 10% increase in cases from the previous year....

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