Would You Trust A Self Driving Car?

Would You Trust A Self Driving Car? With all this excitement and innovation in the field of autonomous vehicles, there is still an atmospheric tension that people can’t seem to shake. Especially when one considers that in order to drive you have to be trained by an expert to have a keen eye, firm [...]

Demand for telematics equipment increasing as people realise cost benefits

Demand for telematics equipment increasing as people realise cost benefits If you are responsible for vehicle fleet insurance, chances are that you are aware of the benefits of telematics. Telematics equipment can be installed into the vehicles of drivers to monitor various aspects of their driving, such as speed, any sudden movements, braking and [...]

Three or more taxis? Try fleet insurance

If your taxi company consists of more than one vehicle – and we think that’s quite a lot of you – you’re probably wondering how to keep your insurance costs down. After all, you can buy your groceries at a wholesaler with a discount, so why not buy your insurance the same way? […]

Is there such a thing as non-commercial fleet insurance?

By now, you’ll no doubt be aware that 2015 was a massive year for car sales in the UK. In fact, it set an all-time record, with over 2.6 million new registrations for the first time ever. […]

Lower costs with fleet insurance

If you run a business that relies on a fleet of vehicles, we don’t need to tell you how much of a pain it can be when one of them is out of service; you can lose money, disappoint customers and frustrate staff when there aren’t enough vehicles to go around. […]

Does your postcode affect your insurance?

Whether you're a taxi driver, courier, driving instructor, or motor trader, the law requires you to have insurance. Depending on your experience, past claims, age, sex, and driving history, your insurance premium will vary. However, most people are not aware that your postcode is also accounted for in the insurance process, and can have an [...]

The mistake that could leave you with a £271 fine plus a ban from driving

Millions of us often do it without giving it a second thought, but if you’re caught, you could be left with a hefty fine and a ban from driving. The offence? The perhaps seemingly innocent one of loaning your car to a friend. If that person doesn’t have the right insurance to drive the car, you as the owner may be convicted of an IN 12 offence, or one that means you have colluded in the procuring of a vehicle “uninsured against third party risks.” […]

As car sales soar – mind the insurance GAP

In September, registered sales of new vehicles reached their highest level on record, across business, fleet insurance and private sales. So far in 2015, over a couple of million cars have been registered, the first time the two million milestone has been passed in 11 years. […]

A worrying amount of Ghost Brokers are emerging!

A BBC investigation into the recent increase in fraudulent brokers throughout the motor trade industry has seen the emergence of conmen, who are known as “ghost brokers” throughout the motoring industry. […]

How will British motorists be affected by the imminent EU cross border rule changes?

Currently, British motorists who commit minor traffic offences whilst driving in other EU countries frequently escape penalty-free, as the present situation is that unless an offender is caught whilst in the process of breaking the law, […]