White Van Man, Avoid a Driving Ban – Make Sure You’ve Got Van Insurance!
One of the most important aspects of a being a ‘man with a van’, is of course, the van. A man without a van – is just a man – and one that can’t make a living because his van has been impounded as he was driving around without van insurance.
When one of the most important factors of your job is mobility, it is vital to Removals South London ensure you are properly covered should an accident occur, as time off the road equates to lost income.
For those of you using a van for your work; painters, decorators and delivery drivers among others, you may want to look into van insurance to help get you back on the road as quickly as possible, in the unfortunate case of an accident.
There are so many different types of van insurance out there. Gone are the days of third party, third party fire and theft and fully comp being the only options. Nowadays, insurance companies are offering tailor-made policies to suit the needs of individuals.
It is certainly worth doing a bit of research to find the different types of van insurance available, and to have a good think about the aspects of a policy most appropriate and valuable to you.
For example, if the majority of your driving is done in the city, then a standard policy offering protection against theft, bumps and knocks would probably be spot on. On the other hand, if you do a lot of your driving rurally, it may be best to look at a policy that offers protection against pot-hole damage and flooding. And these policies are out there, they just require a little research and a good knowledge of the van insurance market.
We are all guilty of choosing our policy on the sole basis of price, after all, who wants to be spending their hard earned cash on insurance when they could be spending it on a holiday or in the pub. But it really is worth taking a minute to think how much a tailor-made policy could actually save you in the long run, should you have a serious accident.
Van insurance cover can also be bought for varying periods of time, so if you plan to expand your business in the future, adding extra vehicles to your existing policy is a definite option.