Right now is the most busy time, traditionally, to pack up and move, and many people resort to DIY removals in order to save cash – but is your van ready for the work?
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 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.
When most people think of using a comparison site to save money, they’re usually looking to manage the costs of either their van insurance or car insurance – but industry experts say there are many other ways to save through the use of one of these websites.
One major comparison website recently announced it was adding a new specialist broker to its car insurance panel, industry experts recently reported.
With costs seeming to be marching inexorably upwards, it can often be quite shocking when it comes time to renew your commercial van insurance cover, but industry experts say that if you take the time to compare van insurance quotes through the use of a comparison website, you can make some significant savings.
Providers of both commercial van and personal car insurance have begun to refuse to cover drivers that have been caught using a mobile while driving, even if it is a first-time offence, industry experts recently warned.
Van drivers are growing tired of being stretched to their limits when it comes to keeping their vehicles on the road.
Industry experts say that for drivers looking for a cost-effective choice for their next light van should consider all the possibilities and not just the most common ones.