What is happening - NEWS

I will be closing the office on the 01.09.2018 but will still be selling insurance - Online. Thursdays and Fridays you can pop in to my new office at VW Audi Gröpper (Bielefelderstrasse 84 in 33104 Paderborn)

You can reach me on andrew.mooney@allianz.de or 0175 2230196

Payments can be done via Paypal (i.i.s@t-online.de) or bank transfer.

 

OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED

I will be on vacation from the 26.07.2018 and back on the 26.08.2018 you can reach me via email.

 

 

 

Office will be closed:

 

07.08.2017 and back on the

14.07.2017

 

and then closed on the

 

04.09.2017 and back on the

25.09.2017

 

You can reach me on andrew.mooney@allianz.de

All BFG documents can be sent via email and payments can be made via paypal to i.i.s@t-online.de

 

Best regards

 

NEW OPENING HOURS

 

Mon - Wed     8:00am - 5:00pm

 

Break            1:00pm - 2:00pm

 

Closed Thu and Fri

 

You can always contact me on andrew.mooney@allianz.de

 

 

 

NEWS 2015

As of November 2015 if you have a tyre pressure sensor on your vehilce you're winter tyres must also have the specific winter tyre for those sensors. Car insurance in Germany, if you are at fault, will not pay for any accident with the wrong winter tyres. If in doubt please check with me asap.

 

 

 

Allianz have thanked Independent Insurance Service for tanking care of so many customers and helping them out!

 

 

NEW ALLIANZ INSURANCE - Saving Plan for Children

 

Anyone can take out insurance for their child!

It includes - pension, saving and accident or disability insurance

And you can choose the monthly payments. Only 4 - 8 Euro per month!!

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New Car Insurer:

We can now offer you Forces Insurance as well.

Get a quote on 0044 1509 283 875

 

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Will be closed on the 21.07.2014 and will be back on the 04.08.2014.

 

Emergency AXA No. 0221 148 25 367

Emergency Allianz No. 0341 401 060 101

or email me: i.i.s@t-online.de

 

Have a nice sommer holiday

Best regards

Andrew

 

 

 

Will be closed on the 18.04.2014 and will be back on the 28.04.2014

 

Emergency AXA No. 0221 148 25 367

Emergency Allianz No. 0341 401060101

or email me: i.i.s@t-online.de

 

Best regards

Andrew



 

 

 

Will be closed on the 26.08.2013
Back on the 05.09.2013

Emergency No. 01752230196
Or
i.i.s@t-online.de

 

 

Chartis is now AIG Insurance

 

 

Sommer leave: Will be on vacation 30.07.2012 - 13.08.2012

If you need to change anything before, please pop in, in time

Emergency No. 01752230196

 

 

Office will be closed 26.12.2011 - 06.01.2012 (back open 09.01.2012)

Hope you all have a nice xmas and an even better new year

 

 

German Polizei Corner
WHEN TO USE WINTER TIRES
A German federal law that went into effect Dec. 3, 2010, specifically mandates the use of winter tires when conditions are icy.

Winter tires have two kinds of markings: A snowflake for snow tires or the “M+S” sign for tires designed to work in “Matsch und Schnee” (mud and snow).

All-season or all-weather tires may also have the “M+S” marking and are acceptable for winter driving.

The law also applies to motorbikes, trucks and buses, regardless of whether the driver is the owner or renting the vehicle.

To know when to put snow tires on a vehicle, German motorists use the saying, “von O bis O,” which is short for “von Oktober bis Ostern” (October to Easter). This means, motorists should change from regular tires to snow tires in October and leave them on until Easter. Furthermore, check out these facts about winter tires:

Only snow tires without» spikes or studs are allowed in Germany.

Tires designed for snow» function better than multi-purpose tires.

All tires should have at» least 1.6 millimeters of tread depth, but for maximum safety, tires with less than 4 millimeters should be replaced.

Winter tires offer better» protection than all-season models, and it’s best if all four tires match.

The German automobile club, ADAC, recommends using tires that carry the “three peak mountain” seal.

Motorists caught driving in winter conditions without “M+S” tires will be fined €40 and given a point against their license. Motorists who are involved in an accident or who block traffic in icy conditions without “M+S” tires will be fined €80 and awarded a point against their license.

In addition, some insurance companies may deny coverage to motorists driving with summer tires on winter roads.

Published November 11, 2011



 

Bank holiday 31.10.2011 and 01.11.2011; will be closed

 

Bank holiday 03.10.2011 Monday; will be closed

 

Back open on the 26.09.2011 8:00

 

Will be closed on the 23.09.2011 (if anything please call 01752230196)

 

I'm closed on the 22.09.2011 at 11:30 (if anything please email i.i.s@t-online.de)

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Appointments

For questions or an appointment for an informal consultation please contact us:

+49 5254 939063

andrew.mooney@allianz.de

mówię po polsku

M.Morkis

+491702323116

morkis@gmx.net

Assistance in case of damage

You need urgent help in handling a claim? We are available outside the office hours for you:

 

Allianz: 00800 11 22 33 44

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