Beat The Petrol Blues By Going Green

Going green just got easier and more affordable with the A&A Group Ltd, one of the UK’s leading insurance intermediaries, who are offering competitive rates for drivers of vehicles running on alternative fuels.

Now motorists with dual fuel and Hybrid cars - LPG, electric etc - can now get the same good value cover and individual attention to detail as those owning straightforward single fuel - petrol or diesel - vehicles.

Alternative fuelled vehicles have become increasingly popular in recent years, despite their high initial cost and their attraction looks set to soar as motorists grapple with growing fuel prices at the pumps.

With costs of £1 litre fast becoming a reality and strikes and shortages becoming a more frequent occurrence, there could be a ready market for cars that offer an alternative option, but only if it is possible to get these vehicles insured at competitive rates.

The A&A Group, which specialises in non-standard motoring risks and promises a competitive quote whatever the individual circumstances, says its time that drivers wanting to consider the environment were given due recognition and consideration when it comes to insuring green vehicles.

The company says many more insurers are now getting the ‘green’ spirit and have begun to embrace the concept of dual fuel vehicles. The A&A Group has sought out the best of these and added them to its impressive list of contacts.

For customers of the Group who’s brands include Hyperformance and QuoteA.co.uk, this offers the opportunity to get competitive rates, safe in the knowledge that all their individual needs and requirements will be taken into account when a quote is prepared.

"We are delighted to be able to offer good value insurance for dual and some alternative fuel vehicles. The benefits are clear for everyone to see and we expect ‘green’ vehicles to become increasingly popular in the next few years," says A&A Group Chief Executive Tony Allen.

"We are keen to play our part in helping to reduce emissions and clean up the environment. The best way to do this was to find the most forward thinking insurers and negotiate realistic rates with them that we can pass on to our customers. It is a positive move for motorists, the insurance industry and the environment, and we are sure green motorists will quickly see the benefits in terms of further reductions in their running costs," he adds.

8 October 2005 Staff
 

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