• How Does Insurance Work for Breakdown and Recovery Businesses

    Vehicle breakdown and roadside recovery is big business for the motor trades sector in the UK. The RAC alone attends over 2.5 million roadside assistance call-outs each year, which equates to almost 7000...

  • Mechanic Insurance In The Motor Trades Sector

    Just because mechanics aren’t usually front and centre in the motor trades industry, doesn’t mean they should ignore insurance coverage. In fact, with a host of new technologies and compliances being introduced...

  • Why Car Dealers Should Go Digital In 2019

    Not too long ago, customers would drive from dealership to dealership to find their perfect car. But the internet has largely put an end to this, with dealer visits now reduced to one or two following research online.

  • What makes Tradex young driver’s insurance different?

    With the long, hot summer here, thoughts of young people up and down the UK naturally turn to … driving. The school and college holidays normally see a spike in driving school applications with first time drivers wanting to get out on the open roads.

  • Getting Value From Your Car Valeting Insurance

    With wedding season at peak, and a burgeoning trend for stretch limousine hire at school prom celebrations, there is a growing need for regular valeting beyond the already established tourist car-hire season.

  • Auto Electricians Insurance: A Growing Market

    It's both an exciting and challenging time to be an auto electrician in the motor trade sector. As in-vehicle electronics grow ever more sophisticated, auto electricians are becoming an indispensable part of the motor trade.

  • Mobile Motor Trade Insurance: Options to Keep You Moving

    In our 24-hour mobile service culture, it's no surprise that the motor trade sector should be any different. Customers now expect assistance and repair solutions around the clock, wherever they are located, making it a prosperous time for mobile mechanics.

  • Don’t Let Liabilities Ruin Your Motor Trade Business

    British firms have come a long way since the UK government first started officially recording accident at work statistics. In 1974 there were a recorded 651 workplace accident deaths in the UK.