It’s common knowledge that the commercial van insurance market is currently in an abysmal state, but you can cut back on your costs in other areas in order to offset any insurance increase you may be labouring under, experts say.
The insurance industry in the UK is on the cusp of finally turning itself around, as car and van insurance providers are reporting a 106 per cent combined ratio, indicating that the nation’s insurers were almost out of the red for the first time in 18 years.
All you van drivers out there better begin watching your manners better, as a new survey has found that white van men were voted as the most rude when behind the wheel.
Much like the current shambles that is the commercial van insurance market, personal vehicle insurance in the UK is a right mess, especially for younger drivers: a new research study recently found that younger drivers pay nearly 6 times as much as pensioners do when it comes to their insurance cover.
The path to taking out van insurance is fraught with the kinds of pitfalls that can see you losing lots of money in a big hurry, so experts say you shouldn’t just stumble about in the dark: take a guide with you to make sure you get to where you need to go.
One major insurance industry player says it is thinking long and hard about whether it will stay in the UK market or flee with its tail between its legs, according to a th words of one of the company’s executives.
The current market conditions for business owners that have to make sure they have the proper cover in place are positively nightmarish, made even worse by how relatively low they’ve been prior to these ubiquitous rate hikes – leaving many business owners crying to the heavens for an answer – or a way to avoid all the pain.
One major comparison website has come forward with a handy guide chock-full of top tips for cutting down your van insurance costs in the current economy, it was recently revealed.
Proving that it might be a bit of a slow news week indeed, one of the leading van insurance brokers in the UK has conducted exhaustive research in order to discover, just in time for British Sandwich Week, that the classic BLT is the favourite sandwich of van drivers everywhere.
Last month, Transport for London launched its new campaign to minimise environmental damage caused by idling commercial vehicles and encourage truck and van drivers to manage their fuel more efficiently, and industry experts report that the new campaign is in full swing.