Buying van insurance is something you must do by law, but when should you do it? Keep reading because we are going to tell you.
White van men have long sought out the safe haven of villages. There is plenty of space, and plenty of parking, and not much “rage.”
I arrived back at CVI headquarters. It was now 2019, and as the boss of CVI I was determined to make this the year of cheap van insurance.
I walked up to the CVI main entrance and busted through the front door. “Here’s Johnny,” I announced.
There is nothing quite like taking to the open road in your van. You have tools or parcels in the back, and the wind sweeps through your hair.
“Do you have a license for that?” said the council worker. “You what mate?” replied the white van man.
Cheap Van Insurance enthusiasts will no doubt remember the numerous blog posts where I talk about tool theft. It’s headline news.
Did you know that your van insurance policy could be completely worthless? You might as well rip it up right now and chuck it out of the window.
White van drivers have gotten a bad rep recently. If they are not ripping off car doors they are threatening cyclists. The Summer of Rage, it was called.
There is a menace on the roads up and down the UK and it goes by the name of “crash for cash.” It’s a scam that van drivers are being warned about.