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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Digital Security - simple steps to keep you safe online

The world is continually changing, and criminals are always thinking up new ways to catch people out online. Scams have become more sophisticated, and hackers are managing to take control of thousands of devices a day.

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Thursday, 15 February 2018

Driving with your dog

Most people who have a dog treat him or her as another member of the family – it’s common to see dogs sitting beside their owners as they drive. Do you let your dog sit on your knee or the passenger seat? Perhaps you insist that they stay on the back seat, but are they free to roam?

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Wednesday, 14 February 2018

Fraud and fair processing of your information

Rias is dedicated to treating customers fairly and is committed to tackling fraud to protect the public and the interests of genuine policyholders.

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Tuesday, 09 January 2018

Keeping your car roadworthy in winter

Although some of us greet the winter months gleefully, most people of working age and those in retirement can’t help but think of the impact the weather can have on their routines at this time of year, especially if they need a car to get around. As with anything, good preparation is important when it comes to keeping your car roadworthy throughout the winter months, with cold temperatures possible right up to March and sometimes even later. So what steps can you take?

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Monday, 04 December 2017

A guide to insuring your jewellery

Whether they’ve been passed down through the generations or are pieces you’ve treated yourself to, we all have a few prized possessions we want to protect. Jewellery can be among our most treasured pieces, and the idea of it being stolen, lost or damaged is unthinkable – but unfortunately it does happen.

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Wednesday, 15 November 2017

What should you do if you put the wrong fuel in your car?

We all make mistakes occasionally, but when it involves putting petrol in your diesel car or vice versa, it can feel like a disaster. First and foremost, it’s important you don’t put the key in the ignition or switch on the engine if you can help it. Here’s what you need to do next...

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