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Van Insurance in the EU

Driving to and around Europe has become a popular way to travel abroad. Transport networks across the EU have improved and are increasingly easier to use today. Check out the table below for a list of providers who will offer you great quotes on van insurance today.

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yes3.5 tonnesnoVan Insurance cover for under £182. Up to £100,000 of Motor Legal cover, 24/7 motoring legal helpline, windscreen cover for comprehensive policies, accidental damage and vandalism cover for comprehensive policies. RAC members pay £118 less on average for RAC Van Insurance than non-membersGet Quotes >
yes3.5 tonnesyesDirect Line Van Insurance with prices from £182 a year. 10% of customers paid this or less. Based on policies sold 1st November 17 - 30 April 18. Excludes add ons. Underwritten by U K Insurance Limited.Get Quotes >
yes3.5 tonnesnoVan insurance from just £211 a year. 5-star Defaqto Rating. Business, courier or personal van insurance. 10% online discount and up to 60% no claims discount. 98% of van insurance claims paid outGet Quotes >
yes3.5 tonnesnoMotor Legal Protection as standard, choice of excess, 24/7 emergency helpline, guaranteed repairs, free courtesy vehicle, cover for audio & navigation equipment, windscreen cover, replacement locks and personal belongings. Plus optional extrasGet Quotes >

There are many circumstances in which a van will need to travel around the EU. These include:

 

  • If you are going on holiday and need a minivan to transport a large number of people
  • If you are moving abroad from the UK
  • If you are borrowing someone else’s van abroad
  • If you are transporting a large amount of items, which could be personal possessions or for business


If you are planning to drive in the EU be sure to check with the road rules and regulations for the country you will be travelling to. It is important that you are compliant and understanding to the differences in road laws so that you are safe.

If you are planning a short trip, you may want to consider short term van insurance with EU cover. This can sometimes be a more appropriate insurance policy, especially if your journey will be a few days or less than a month.


It is crucial that when you travel to an EU country that you take with you:

 

  • Your valid UK or EU driving license
  • Your van insurance policy
  • Your breakdown cover information


You may also wish to consider taking with you spare light bulbs (as some countries request that you carry these) and a hazard triangle.


If you are thinking about van insurance with EU cover, there are many insurance providers that could offer you very competitive quotes. Above we have named a few to get you started.