We know a business owner has little time to search for insurance and finding the best deal so why not ask us to do all the work for you, we believe our offering is unique with some key benefits to you being:-
Keeping Your Business on the Move
Having fleet insurance in place for your business is really important to help mitigate incidents that could otherwise cause you a big headache:
What is Fleet insurance?
Fleet insurance is essentially car or vehicle insurance that covers a range or fleet of different vehicles. It especially benefits businesses who have several vehicles that can all be insured under one policy. Some of the benefits to fleet insurance are specific to businesses, such as legal expenses being paid for, and cover for any goods in transit that are lost or damaged whilst being transported.
Do I need Fleet Insurance?
You should strongly consider having fleet insurance in place if your business uses three or more vehicles. Fleet cover can be a really useful way of consolidating multiple vehicle policies into a more manageable one. This means more flexibility and could save your business time and money going forward.
What's in it for me?
Our panel of insurers offer a range of cover levels, all with benefits to help you make the right decision for your fleet. Whether it’s large or small, made up of vans or cars, part of a huge national corporation, or just starting up, you should be able to find the insurance you need.
Our policies can offer several different cover levels including:
Fleet rated and NCD rated risks
Even if you don't have years of fleet experience under your belt, or an impressive no claims discount, we'll still happily consider you. So if your business is just starting up or you've changed direction completely and now, for the first time, need to look for fleet insurance, then don't hesitate to get in touch
More than just insurance
In all industries, non-compliance of the various laws and regulations can have some serious consequences. We make sure cover is in place should something go wrong, but ultimately, we don't want to see anything go wrong in the first place.