Courier Van Insurance Quotes
We are van courier insurance experts and have been since 1982. With over 40 years of experience in this industry, we help delivery drivers that might be classed as a ‘higher risk’ find courier van insurance. This includes motorists with driving or non-driving convictions, learner drivers and others who – for whatever reason – might not even be considered by most standard insurers.
UK Courier Van Insurance
Acorn are a Specialist Van Courier Insurance Provider
A UK van courier can clock up a huge number of miles per week when they are delivering packages back and forth across the country. Travelling distances such as these can affect how much you, as a courier, pay for your insurance. As a specialist insurance provider, Acorn Insurance can help both business owners and couriers secure courier van cover.
Whether you are a sole trader with a single van or a fully-fledged business with a fleet of courier vans and vehicles, it is important that you secure the right insurance policy.
Why Do I Need Courier Van Insurance?
The difference between standard van insurance and van courier insurance is that a standard policy will not cover your goods in transit (cargo). This is obviously an important issue if you are a van courier. If you only have a standard van cover policy, you are financially responsible for any items that might become damaged while they are stored in your vehicle. The same would be true if either your van or the goods being transported, were to be stolen. We offer bespoke courier insurance that will cover both you and the goods which you carry.
For a courier van insurance quote, get in touch with Acorn Insurance today and see how much you could save.
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Your Courier Van Insurance Policy
It is important to understand what could be insured and covered by Acorn as part of a courier van insurance policy. The following are all offered as optional extras at the point of sale. We offer these as part of our flexible insurance policy service, so you can decide what best suits your individual needs as a customer:
- Cargo (otherwise known as goods in transit) – replacement in the event of damage.
- Employee liability insurance – to cover medical costs for your employees.
- Public liability insurance – to cover any expenses incurred should you have an accident that affects a member of the public.
Any legal expenses are covered as standard with our courier insurance. If a dispute should arise because of an accident or claim, it is a diligent move to have any legal expenses taken care of by your insurer.