Taxi Insurance UK
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Driving a cab as an occupation that comes with major responsibilities. Top of the list is keeping your passengers safe and to be able to provide compensation should an accident occur. Regardless of your driving skills, accidents can and do happen. It is your responsibility to insure that you have a good taxi insurance policy in place. We can help by providing multiple quotes for all taxi vehicle categories including the key ones listed below. We are also able to provide new taxi drivers insurance.
Multi Quote Time works in partnership with QuoteSearcher who provide a simple form which once completed is submitted to a specialist panel of taxi insurance brokers. These brokers will be in contact via the telephone to provide you with quotes on your motor fleet insurance
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Different types of auto insurance are available and you need to select the type that best meets with your individual cover needs. Some of the common types that you will encounter are listed below.
A few tips towards getting the best price
Underwriters work out the cost of your premium based on a myriad of factors. Fortunately you do have control over some of these factors that go towards working out the cost of your policy. However there are some factors that you unfortunately do not have control over, one example being your post code. City postcodes attract a higher premium, simply because operating within city limits will increase the risk that your vehicle is stolen or becomes a victim of vandalism.
Below are just a few tips to help you get the best quote before deciding:
Taxi insurance provides cover only for the vehicles listed on the policy, not for other vehicles. For other vehicles you will need to either get them included or take out a separate policy.
Most brokers are flexible when it comes to arranging payment terms. However, choosing monthly payments may include extra interest charges.
Most taxi policies will include public liability as standard, but exceptions do exist, so check your policy wording. It can always be added or taken out as a separate item.