Cyber Security; Could our constant need to be connected and online be putting us at risk of a cyber-threat?

Posted on March 4, 2020

As we near the end of Q1 2020 we can see how the media has been emphasising the huge impact online has. From the constant ‘fake news’ stories online, coronavirus information and misinformation overload to the recent Irish election with some political parties utilising online advertising budgets more than others, they have proved that people are obsessed with being online. This means businesses more than ever are expected to have an adequate online presence, be contactable online 24/7 and always...

Travel Insurance FAQ’s – Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Posted on February 27, 2020

Coronavirus (Covid-19) – FAQ’s   Valid as of 18/03/2020     If I travel to affected areas against the DFA advice, will my travel insurance be invalidated? We would urge you to follow the advice as outlined by the DFA / local authorities and not place yourself at additional risk. Therefore no cover would be provided if you travelled against the advice of the DFA. If I become ill due to the Coronavirus while I’m overseas, would I be covered...

What Green Cards Mean For Irish Drivers

Posted on February 12, 2020

Updated Brexit Update - Green Cards, August 2019 Existing Irish motor insurance discs can be used as proof of insurance in the UK. Irish insurance discs contain the name of the insurer, the number or other identifying particulars of the insurance policy issued in respect of the vehicle and the period of the insurance cover. This means they are a suitable alternative to a Green Card. Note for UK registered vehicles: Green Cards will still be required for UK registered...

Improve your Financial Situation: 2020 Goals

Posted on January 22, 2020

We are coming towards the end of January and motivation might be starting to dwindle on the goals you set yourself at the beginning of the year. We are all well and truly back to reality after the holidays and routines have begun to set in making the excuses easier. If you are struggling to keep up with your new year’s resolution, why not evaluate and prioritise the most important goals. A lot of the goals set for the New...

KennCo Christmas Opening Hours 2019

Posted on December 16, 2019

Our KennCo opening hours for Christmas are as follows: Friday 20th December 2019 Open as Normal Monday 23rd December 2019 Open as Normal Tuesday - Friday 24th - 27th December 2019 Office Closed Monday 30th December 2019 Open as Normal Tuesday 31st December 2019 Open as Normal Wednesday 1st January 2019 Office Closed Thursday 2nd January 2019 Open as Normal Please note that during the Christmas period we will have a lower volume of staff. The last postal day before...

Customer Feedback – The Results in 2019

Posted on November 20, 2019

Each month new customers have the opportunity to express their satisfaction or dissatisfaction with their experience with KennCo. We use this information to improve areas of our customer service and to ensure all customers have a chance to let us know about their experience. Thank you to all our customers who have filled out our customer satisfaction surveys so far in 2019. We are happy to see that 76% of our customers who participated in our Customer Satisfaction surveys have...

What To Do if You’re Involved in a Car Accident

Posted on October 16, 2019

Being involved in a car accident is a stressful time for any driver whether you're at fault or not. If it's your first time, you may be unsure of the correct procedure to follow.  1. Stop at the Scene Failing to stop at the scene of a car accident is an offence in Ireland. You are required by law to stop your vehicle at the scene of the accident, no matter how minor the accident is. For safety reasons, you should...

Mid-term break – Whats on?

Posted on October 9, 2019

The October bank holiday weekend is this year’s mid-term break for schools running from 28th October – 1st November 2019. Here’s some ideas to keep the kids entertained whether you want to get the kids in the Halloween mood or get a few days away with the family. Redhills Spooky Hollow - Kildare Opening Times: 27th – 28th October 2019, 11am – 4pm Age suitability: 2 -12 year olds Price: Child €13, Adult €7 This is an indoor and outdoor...

What to expect on the day of your driving test

Posted on October 9, 2019

You have completed your 12 EDT lessons and applied for your driving test. While you are waiting for your test date you can prepare yourself and your car with our driving test checklist. Don’t leave it until the last minute, the more prepared you are the more comfortable you will feel on the day. Driving Test Checklist to pass on the day After completing your 12 EDT lessons you should book your driving test online with the RSA. Currently, the...

NCT Checklist – National Car Test Ireland

Posted on September 25, 2019

The NCT is part of having a car in Ireland and essential to show your car is roadworthy. We have your questions covered with the most asked NCT questions and our essential NCT Checklist so you don't miss out on anything before your test. What is the National Car Test (NCT)?  The national Car Test (NCT) is a compulsory car examination programme in Ireland since 2000. The aim of the scheme is to improve road safety and reduce harmful car emissions...

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