Many van fleet owners have that old vehicle that is no longer fit for day-to-day work, but is kept as a run around - like a workhorse that is being run into the ground. This could be a huge health and safety risk, which can affect your insurance premiums.
According to recent figures, the number of company cars and vans being leased each year has grown considerably.
Being a good, safe driver will not only mean you will minimise your risk of getting into an accident and save money on your insurance premiums, but it will also save your business money.
If you could add something to your vehicle that would make your day-to-day drive smoother and safer, you’d probably jump at the chance - right?
The number of UK van registrations grew by 1.2% in January to 21,363 proving that there is growing demand for commercial vehicles.
When applying for van insurance you’ll be asked questions such as how many miles you drive per year, how old the vehicle is and what type of van you drive. And, no, this does not mean small, medium or large.
What factors come into mind when purchasing a new van? Cost? Size? What about how many miles per gallon you can get out of a work vehicle on an average day?
According to a new study, vans consume 20% more fuel when they are three quarters full than when empty.
It’s never a good idea to use your phone while driving. It could distract your attention making an accident more likely, damage or injury could be incurred, and your insurance premiums will likely rise as a result of having to make a claim.