For many independent sole traders such as delivery couriers, repair technicians, independent taxi drivers and those reliant upon their vehicles to keep them on the road during the inclement winter months, making sure that your van is roadworthy is crucial.
When starting out in the motor trade, trying to figure out what type of insurance your business may need can be a bit daunting, not to mention expensive if you choose the wrong policy.
If you are ready for a new career in the taxi business, then buying or leasing your vehicle or fleet and organising the relevant licences, are probably your first steps.
The charity sector, also known as the third sector, is big business in the UK. According to The Charity commission figures for 2018, there were 168,186 charities registered in the UK with a total annual income of £77.4 billion.
Christmas is coming and land or road trains have seen an increase in popularity for seasonal events during both December and the summer months.
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.