Take car of your car keys, gents; most insurance policies don’t cover their loss. Then again, your keys might not be needed all that soon anyway.
It’s time to start swimming or you’ll sink like a stone: the van insurance market landscape is changing drastically, both in the future and today as well.
The IG postcode area has become a virtual wasteland when it comes to the fortunes of van owners, thanks to a seemingly uncontrollable spate of vehicle thefts.
If you’re looking for cheap van insurance, guess what: you could end up paying through the nose just because you’re in the wrong postcode, my friend.
Nowadays it seems like there’s always an easy way to lose your van insurance or car insurance, but don’t worry – it will only get easier to do so in the future.
Van insurance news roundup: 7 days ending 21 oct 2012: Move over, lads – new research results this week revealed
Of all the things to worry about, now van owners and operators have to be on the lookout for criminals making off with their catalytic converters right from underneath their bonnets.
Insurance providers are bracing for an influx of new customers after it was revealed that the number of van registrations recently increased.
Your no-claims discount is a key way to save money on your car insurance or van insurance, and while it seems like a foregone conclusion that it’s a safe bet to pay a bit extra to protect it – but new evidence has emerged that even if you purchase no-claims protection, your rates might still go up after an accident.
A new survey from a personal and commercial van insurance provider recently found that UK drivers have little patience with those who cause road injuries that lead to severe injury, with an overwhelming number coming out in favour of much harsher penalties in such cases.