The right van insurance allows you to carry goods, tools or equipment as a part of your working day. You should look for an affordable policy that covers what you need – There are lots of extras to choose from to fine tune your policy.
Most providers are also able to offer telematics (black box) or multi-van policies which can often help to bring premiums and the cost of keeping your van on the road down.
The most common type of van insurance, also known as business van insurance. There are two main types of commercial insurance, carriage (your own goods) and haulage (goods you’re delivering).
For drivers who only use their van for social, domestic or pleasure – If you have a van for transporting equipment for sports, hobbies or anything that won’t fit in a car boot!
Generally put together as a package, this is a specialist level of protection designed for couriers and delivery drivers, often including goods in transit cover.
Under 25s and newly qualified drivers are generally considered as a higher risk customer by van insurance providers, the price of the policies offered will often reflect this.
In most cases vans carry a higher premium than cars, this is because the majority of vans are used for commercial purposes, often have larger engines and spend more time on the road.
Yes, if the van is owned and registered by a business, it can be insured under the business’s name.
Most providers will allow you to transfer your no claims discount to a new one, as long as it’s at the end of your policy.
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