Motor Traders Insurance Comparison
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Motor Trader Insurance for New or Existing Business
Many types of trades exist, typical examples include motor trader, van trader and bike trader. Whichever trade you are in, comparing multiple trader insurance options is one step in finding a suitable policy. MultiQuoteTime works in partnership with QuoteZone who can help you by providing multiple car trader insurance quotes from a panel of select UK brokers. Get started by selecting the
If you are a car enthusiast and work on cars part-time or even as a hobby, you should consider part-time motor trade cover. Even as a hobbyist, you will have collected expensive equipment and may have a few classic cars in your garage. These can be protected from financial loss by have the correct cover in place.
What is car dealer Insurance?
Car trader insurance also referred to as road risk Insurance is a cover specific to a business that deals with motor vehicles. These can be any type of motor vehicle, including vans, cars, motorbikes, electric vehicles and minibuses. Examples include dealers who buy and sell cars,
What levels of motor trade Insurance are available?
Who is required to take out a motor trade policy?
Anyone who deals with a third party vehicle, road risk or motor trade insurance is required by UK law. This includes auto trades who buy and sell vehicles, mechanics and valets. Many traders and mechanics work from home and if they outgrow the space they will move to a forecourt or larger garage,
Who is covered under a motor trade Insurance policy?
Any owner of the business or employee will be covered if and only if they are named in the motor trade policy. Some policies are written so that any employee of a motor trade business will be automatically included as a named driver, but there are higher premiums associated with that type of cover.
Are you eligible to apply for trade Insurance?
Many underwriters will require solid proof that you qualify for motor trade insurance. This boils down to being able to provide proof that you work in the motor trade. Examples of this type of trade work include the buying or selling of motors, the repair or valeting of vehicles, or the transportation of vehicles. This is not a question of being a full time or a part-time trader, but that you actively operate within the motor trade industry and that you can provide proof of this. In summary, who will need to meet the following requirements. If you provide a vehicle recovery service, you will need recovery ruck insurance.
Both part and full time operators in the motor trade business can take out a car trader insurance policy. Most insurance firms only issue this type of policy to people from 25 to 74 years of age and who can prove they are in the motor trade business.
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Find out more about motor trade insurance
If you are considering starting a motor trade business, you will most likely carry out online research to find answers to your specific questions. We have compiled some start up guides, some of which may have answers to your trade start up questions. We have also an FAQ section, which we regularly update with common and sometimes unusual questions that we get asked. Before taking out a motor trade policy, know what should be covered and at what level. Then shop for the best quote that provides what you need.
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Quote Zone works with a wide range of insurance brokers that offer policies that can be tailored to your exact business requirements. This means that the cover provided is not in excess of your actual requirements. This means that you only pay for the cover that you need.