It’s essential to get the right cover for your fleet of courier vans. When disaster strikes, you want to keep your operations running.
Courier Van Fleet Insurance
Courier van fleet insurance helps to manage and control the performance of your courier fleet even in the hardest of times. We can help you find the cover you need to protect your courier fleet against:
Making the Most of Your Courier Van Fleet Insurance
As your insurance broker, we’re here to help you minimise the risk to your courier van fleet. We will work with you to identify exactly what you need to keep running day to day, and how you can make sure you have it in an emergency.
We can also work together to find out what extras you might need or want for your courier van fleet. This might include:
- Breakdown cover: this can be extended to include long distance recovery, home start and European cover.
- GAP cover: to ensure that you are not out of pocket in the event of one of the vans in your courier fleet being a total loss. Watch this short podcast and read this leaflet on Fleet GAP cover to find out more.
- Standard additions: Our fleet courier van policies include courtesy commercial vehicle cover as standard as well as free uninsured loss recovery, and cover for loss of keys and personal belongings.
“I have worked with Steve and his team @ Anthony Jones over the last 15 years. They have always provided a very professional/honest first class brokering service, giving confidence that we are getting the best price/service.
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Have an Expert on Your Side
We have extensive experience working with a range of insurance providers throughout the industry and can get you the courier van cover you need at the best deal available.
We’ll help you manage risk and meet your legal obligations as well as make sure you have support when you have to deal with a claim. Watch our short film to find out what happens if one of your drivers is involved in a serious road traffic accident:
Health and Safety
The health and safety of courier van drivers is of paramount importance. Read our useful guide containing lots of road safety facts and tips:
Make a Claim Quickly and Easily
With a fleet of courier vans, we know you’ll need a fast and simple claims process.
Just use our simple online form so you can report any accidents or incidents to us with the minimum of hassle or fuss.
Why Anthony Jones?
Anthony Jones has over 30 years’ experience in the commercial vehicle and van fleet sector and has built up significant expertise over this time. We have a dedicated commercial motor team who deal with the needs of individual courier van owners as well as those running small and large fleets of courier vans and commercial vehicles.
Some of our most asked questions, answered below:
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When would I need Commercial Vehicle insurance rather than Car insurance?
If you have a company and have vehicles that you use within the business, then you need Commercial Vehicle insurance. The vehicles you own might include those which are obviously commercial vehicles, such as lorries, vans and forklift trucks. But company cars are also classed as commercial vehicles and should be covered by Commercial Vehicle insurance. Private car insurance will not include cover for company-owned cars.
When would I need Fleet insurance rather than Multi-Car insurance?
Multi-Car insurance can be used to cover a number of privately-owned cars used for personal use, perhaps incorporating a bit of business use, such as commuting, too. However, Multi-Car insurance can’t be used to cover company cars. For this, you’ll need Fleet insurance. If you want to insure fewer than 5 or 6 company cars or other commercial vehicles, you can protect them with a Mini-Fleet insurance policy.
What is Goods in Transit insurance?
Goods in Transit insurance (GIT insurance for short) is also often referred to as Cargo insurance. As the name suggests, this insurance covers goods (which includes everything from food to furniture, building supplies to cars, and machinery parts to animals) which are being transported from one place to another. Goods in Transit insurance protects your goods in case they are damaged or lost while they are being transported by road, air, rail or sea.
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