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Ageas is the sixth biggest car insurer in the UK and insures over four million drivers.
It is part of an international group headquartered in Brussels in Belgium, where it was founded in 1824 as a life insurer called Assurances Générales.
Ageas Insurance International, as the UK subsidiary is known, is based in Eastleigh in Hampshire.
Ageas get five stars from Defaqto, the highest rating given, for its car insurance.
Whether you have a question, need to make a claim, renew or make changes to your policy, the best way to get in touch with Ageas is online through their website: https://www.ageas.co.uk/need-help/.
From there you'll be able to select the insurance product you need help with.
Your no claims bonus won’t be affected if you have an accident with an uninsured driver
Travel included if you can’t drive your car
If you make changes online you won’t pay anything
Emergency call line accessible at any time of day and night
A courtesy car to use while yours is being repaired at an approved garage
The cost of replacing your windscreen or window glass
Yes, you can cancel your Ageas car insurance policy but there may be a charge for doing so, especially if it’s after the 14-day cooling off period.
Ageas insurance policies are underwritten by Ageas Insurance Limited.
Yes, you can add named drivers to your Ageas car insurance policy via your account, or by contacting the insurer.
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