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Aria Assistance partners with QDOS Rescue Services for motor breakdown services

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QDOS Rescue Services chooses Aria Assistance for breakdown cover

QDOS Rescue Services, a trading style of QDOS Insurance Services Ltd, found at www.qdosinsurance.co.uk, is partnering with Aria Insurance Services to add a superior motor breakdown service to its offering.

Mark Reynolds, QDOS Insurance Director, commented: “Our core strategy is to provide insurance products that offer the highest level of cover and service to the customer so we required a partner that we could trust to represent our brand.

“We considered the whole market but Aria Assistance, with its customer service focus, superior products, trusted nationwide network of vetted vehicle recovery contractors and 24-hour customer contact centre, stood out as our partner of choice. The agreement firmly supports the overall QDOS strategy of keeping customers for life through really caring about your customers’ needs.”

QDOS Insurance will white label Aria Assistance motor breakdown services through its motor rescue webpage www.qdosbreakdown.co.uk, driving traffic to the site using the skills of its sister company QDOS Digital Media as well as using aggregators such as Know Your Money, Money Supermarket and Compare the Market.

Typical services include roadside fix or recovery, cover at home, overnight emergency accommodation and a replacement vehicle should one be required.

“Aria Assistance draws on four decades of experience and offers pricing that, coupled with our efficiencies, allows our customers to save money,” continued Reynolds. “It is providing a fully functional flexible product, which has optional extras such as multi-vehicle, European and personal cover, where the driver is insured rather than the vehicle.”

QDOS Insurance is the latest in a string of strategic business partnerships Aria Insurance Solutions has entered into across its many service lines over the last few months.