INSURANCE FOR THE MOTOR TRADE
Why do you need a broker?
Specialist advice makes buying the right insurance for your business so much easier. We have thousands of motor trade clients. We understand your industry and the risks you face, so we can take you through the options available to protect your business property.
Our experienced advisers have relationships with industry trade bodies and stay informed with the latest legislation, technology and economic industry issues to ensure our advice to you is up-to-date.
- Our service
Whether you are a large chain or operate from a small garage, we can find cost-effective insurance solutions to cover most motor trade businesses.
- Ask the expert
Obtaining the right advice and ensuring that adequate insurance protection is in place, is critical to the smooth running of your organisation. And we can give you that advice.
- Who we work with
As well as tailoring policies to your business needs, we also have the relationships and the knowledge to source open-market solutions.
How we can help
With our breadth of knowledge and experience working with the motor trade industry, we can respond to the needs of the industry’s professionals. We look to offer insurance solutions to meet the ever present challenges.
CONTACT YOUR NEAREST MOTOR TRADE INSURANCE EXPERT
Need advice? Our advisers can help. Let us know where you are and find your nearest expert.
Who do we cover?
Whether you’re a large chain or operate from a small garage we can provide cost-effective, tailored insurance solutions to cover most motor trade businesses including:
- Accident repair centres
- MOT services
- New and used car dealerships
- Recovery operators
- Vehicle servicing and repair
- Commercial vehicle and HGV specialists
- Road risks
What does our cover include?
Our cover, designed with motor traders in mind, can include the following:
- Motor trade combined cover
- Business interruption
- Property damage
- Engineering inspection
- Loss of MOT licence
- Self-drive hire (where attached to a motor trade business)
- Windscreen damage
- Loan of courtesy car to customers
- Unaccompanied vehicle demonstration
- Wrongful conversion
- Environmental pollution liability
From February 2019, trucks that don’t meet the latest emissions standards will pay extra tax.
Businesses can put a lot of thought into the health and safety of employees. These businesses, including yours may have overlooked one of their most dangerous activities – driving.