With cars being left undriven on forecourts for considerable time and the increased need for interior sanitisation, keeping cars clean and fresh is a top priority.
As couriers deliver an ever-growing number of goods, from food to grass seed, do they have the right goods in transit insurance in place to make sure they are covered for all eventualities?
What should fleet employers be doing to protect the health, safety and welfare at work of all their employees, clients, visitors and the general public?
Whilst breakdown cover is not a mandatory legal requirement, it often forms a recommended part of your motor trade insurance policy, offering you and your van fleet peace of mind.
When looking to take out a new motor trade insurance policy, or renew an existing one, there are several things you can do to make sure you choose a policy that suits your business.
Your van is arguably the most important asset to your courier business, enabling you to make deliveries as quickly and efficiently as possible.
With the UK in lockdown it’s a curious time for motor trade. Statistics from Automotive Management magazine show that the second-hand commercial vehicle market has increased by 7.6% in Q1 of 2020.
Quieter roads may be a boon to courier drivers, van fleets and those in the haulage industry but it is also leading to a rise in vehicles speeding.