Part-time motor trade insurance is the perfect solution for those who have another occupation outside of the motor trade or are retired.
As most younger people are already aware, getting motor insurance when you are under 25 is a costly business.
With increasing consumer demands and political and economic uncertainty surrounding Brexit, it’s unsurprising the motor trade industry is going through turbulent times.
Since June 2018, learner drivers have been able to take lessons on the motorway if their driving instructor deems them competent enough in their skills.
The rise in motor accidents during autumn is often blamed on a failure by drivers to adapt to the changing conditions following the warmer summer months.
If you’re running a business with a number of vehicles on the road, you’re running a fleet and invariably you’re the fleet manager.
Most people are familiar with the basics of motor trade insurance but one area that is often misunderstood is professional indemnity insurance.
When thinking about your motor trade insurance, there is often more to consider than just the vehicles that you are driving, working on and servicing.