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Total Motor Assist April 2016


The iEOA is working in partnership with the company Assist Protect Ltd, to provide a greater range of benefits through EOA centre membership in schools and colleges across the country by clicking on www.ieoa.totalmotorassist.co.uk


Assist Protect gives you and your family a superb range of added-value cover and essential support products for your property, cars, motorbikes, commercial vehicles and taxis, all developed and operated by Assist Protect Ltd.


We are pioneers in providing our highly valued members and affinity partner clients with innovative, straightforward cover and support that makes sound sense and adds tremendous value. Our company mission from Day One has been to provide affordable support to people from all walks of life throughout the UK in the event of accidents in any vehicle or damage to homes or business property that aren't their fault and to champion fairness, honesty and transparency in our industry.


As part of the partnership arrangement the iEOA provides:

·    Promote Assist Protect Ltd to all its centre communities & wider community

·    Promote Assist Protect Ltd on its website, e-newsletter, publications & events

·    Promote Assist Protect Ltd to all Network groups through its online Network Tool


In return Assist Protect Ltd provides:

·    Provide sponsor certain iEOA products & services where appropriate

·    Promote the iEOA on its website, in publications and events where appropriate


While this partnership agreement is based on a shared objective of providing future solutions to members' needs, the iEOA does not endorse any specific product under its charitable status. However, the iEOA seeks to provide opportunities to members to explore and develop products and services that might not have become available through other avenues.


 “Clarification of the term ‘PARTNERSHIP(S)’:

Use of the term ‘partnership(s)’ on the EOA website or any document referred to therein or any arrangement contemplated by that term shall not be construed as creating a partnership for legal purposes between the iEOA and any other party concerned for any purpose whatsoever and neither party shall have the power or authority to bind the other party or impose any obligations on it for the benefit of any third party.”