• How to Save Money on your Fleet Van Insurance

    As your company van fleet increases, it may be time to switch from separate vehicle insurance to one that covers all your vans under one policy.

  • Should You Switch Your Business to Electric Vans?

    With the benefits of electric vans becoming increasingly clear, it’s no wonder their popularity is on the rise. For those within the motor trade industry and in fleet van management considering switching from diesel and petrol, it’s worth noting the benefits of going electric.

  • How to claim on your motor trade insurance

    If you run a business in the motor trade, it’s important that you and your employees are aware of the steps you need to take to make a claim on your motor trade insurance policy in the unfortunate event of a traffic accident.

  • Do I need business car insurance?

    Could you be driving uninsured without realising it? If you drive to different places as part of your job, you will need to take out business car insurance.

  • Gear up for Mobile Catering Insurance

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  • What is car Jockey Insurance?

    Car Jockey - it’s one of the very first endeavours many people take up when beginning their career in the motor trade. Being a car jockey is the dream job for anyone who loves driving, but the high level of responsibility...

  • Car Valeting Insurance for the Motor Trades Industry

    Car valeting is big business, with an estimated 20,000 car wash companies operating the length and breadth of the UK, many in disused garage forecourts, pub car parks and other public spaces.

  • How Does Insurance Work for Breakdown & 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...