If you are thinking of taking up private hire taxi driving as a full-time occupation, or even just part-time to generate some additional income, you will need private hire taxi insurance to protect both you and your business.
Car dealership has always been a lucrative sector of the UK motor trade and if you are looking to establish yourself as a new or second-hand seller of cars and vans, then it’s important that you know the rules and regulations regarding setting up and running your business.
If you are driving a commercial van for work, chances are that you will be parking it at home. Whilst there is often nothing wrong with that, there are some legal and van insurance issues that you should be aware of before parking up.
With the weather warming up, icy roads and sluggish starts are replaced by overheating engines and malfunctioning air conditioning systems.
More and more local authorities are setting up Clean Air Zones to follow the UK government green clean air policy with its commitment to reach net zero emissions by 2050.
As non-essential businesses re-open, it’s the ideal time to think about your car valeting business, whether mobile or at a fixed site. We look at getting started in the valeting business together with the motor trade insurance options.
With UK COVID lockdown restrictions easing and more cars back on the road, many people will be driving their cars for the first time in months. Vehicle neglect and lack of servicing means that the chances for breakdowns will increase.
If you are thinking of becoming a public hire taxi driver, there are several requirements you need including proof of being medically fit, good character without convictions, a clean DBS and taking the knowledge test for your town or city.