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Introducing Chris Johnson, our new Regional Development Manager for the North West

We’re always looking at ways we can get closer to our brokers and better serve their needs – wherever they’re based in the UK. Over the past 12 months we’ve made a number of senior regional hires to consolidate our position and continue to grow our footprint outside of London. We caught up with new Regional Development Manager for the North West, Chris Johnson to hear about what drew him to ERS and why he’ll be meeting more brokers than ever in the coming year…

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Mods, imports & classics from several decades at Japfest Silverstone

Our senior Enthusiast Undrwriter Alan Bradbury attended Japfest Silverstone on the weekend, see how he got on...

As a lifetime blue-oval enthusiast, it would take a lot for me to wake up at silly o’clock on a Sunday morning to attend a Japanese car show. However, Japfest at Silverstone did not disappoint! The queue to get into the show was a good sign that this was going to be a huge event, attracting enthusiasts from all over the UK (and Europe). It was also pleasing to see respectful driving by attendees on the way in – possibly determined by the increased police presence on the arterial routes into Silverstone!

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Will Manchester City speed to victory in both the Women’s and Men’s FA Cup Finals in May?

Is there something about a winning side spurring on their gender opposites to also win the FA Cup? Apparently so. Last year, Chelsea Ladies beat Arsenal 3-1 in front of a record crowd of 45,423 to clinch their second title, the men going on to beat Manchester United, albeit slightly less decisively with a 1-0 result.

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​Whatever’s next in agriculture motor technology, you can be sure we’ll cover it

Malcolm Cawsey, Product Manager for Agriculture at ERS shares his thoughts on how Agriculture motor technology has evolved over the years and what's to come

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For your eyes only: lifting the bonnet on the private, multi-million world of classic and supercar collections

From Rowan Atkinson to Jay Leno, we love to keep a look out for a good celebrity auto collection at ERS. If this is your thing, there are countless YouTube clips and web articles available for your entertainment during your next lunch break. Did you know Tim Allen owns several bespoke vehicles that are named after himself? Neither did we… 

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Cycling Blog

All eyes north for the Cycling’s Tour de Yorkshire & World Snooker Championship

It’s been described as God’s Own County, and for cycling and snooker enthusiasts, rightly so. For four days in May, over 2.5 million spectators will take to the streets to cheer on the Tour de Yorkshire, a high-octane cycling race that sees the best cycling teams in the world power through 150 towns and villages across a county blessed with three national parks, a wild and rugged coastline, and breathtaking Victorian architecture. 

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Aquiline to exploit market opportunities to drive ERS' growth

Today, we're excited to announce that our major shareholder Aquiline has completed its strategic review of ERS, deciding not to pursue a sale and to continue to invest in the company.

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Fantastic Vehicles and Where to Find Them

Mitul Malkan, Product Manager for Commercial at ERS introduces the wonderful world of Specialist Commercial Vehicles (SCV)

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It takes more than a Tiger to make a Masters – Getting Golfers and Golf Clubs ready for dog legs, birdies and eagles

The wait is nearly over for the opening men’s major of the year, and the world’s best players will soon be gathering at Augusta National in Georgia, USA, to fit in their critical preparation and practice rounds.

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Galloping towards the 2019 Grand National – Horses, hats, high stakes and hundreds of horse boxes

For 10 minutes on a Saturday afternoon in April, 600 million people will watch this race in over 140 countries, wondering if favourite Tiger Roll or contenders like Rock the Kasbah will take home the £1m prize fund of horse racing's greatest steeplechase: the Grand National at Aintree. With 30 fiendish, larger-than-normal fences and a gruelling four-mile, 514 yard course, the Grand National remains a punishing test for the 40 horses and their jockeys to Go Conquer.

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