Is Your Commercial Vehicle Insurance up to the Task?

28 April 2014

vehicle & fleet insurance

If your business relies on motor vehicles for any reason, then you should be aware that there are statutory requirements under the Road Traffics Act for owners and drivers of vehicles to have a motor insurance policy in place.

Whilst businesses are not responsible for purchasing motor insurance for employees’ private vehicles, they are required to ensure that employees have the minimum cover required by law. Businesses are responsible for purchasing motor insurance for company vehicles such as minibuses, trucks, lorries, taxis and courier bikes, however, and it is essential that these are fully insured.

Monmouthshire Insurance Services are on hand to offer local business owners advice on all aspects of commercial vehicle and fleet insurance.

Robin Spencer-Smith, Managing Director of Monmouthshire Insurance Services, commented: “It’s extremely important that all businesses assess their commercial vehicle insurance to ensure they are adequately covered.”

He continued: “The personal, friendly approach offered by Monmouthshire Insurance Services, coupled with key benefits such as emergency breakdown cover, courtesy car options and personal belongings cover ensure we are able to offer the right policies for our customers, the way they want them.”

Monmouthshire Insurance Services specialise in helping businesses find the right type of insurance cover to suit their needs. If you’re concerned as to whether you have adequate commercial vehicle cover in place for your business or would like a no-obligation Business Insurance Healthcheck, then Monmouthshire Insurance Services can help.

For more information about vehicle and fleet insurance, please click here. 

Monmouthshire Insurance Services Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Financial Services Register Number: 467065.

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