Van Insurance

Van Insurance

Compare UK Van Insurance Deals

Insurance Offered
Third Party Fire & Theft and Comprehensive Cover
Multi Van Discount
Features
Van Insurance from £182 a year*
Van Replacement Cover

Direct Line Van Insurance

Insurance Offered
Third Party Fire & Theft and Comprehensive Cover
Multi Van Discount
Features
RAC members pay £171 less on average for RAC Van Insurance than non-members*
Van Replacement Cover

RAC Van Insurance

Insurance Offered
Comprehensive, third party fire and theft, or third party only
Motor Legal Protection as Standard
Features
Whether you’re a painter, plumber, electrician or a man with a van, we know that every business is different which is why Zenith provide all the essentials, plus a choice of optional extras meaning you only pay for what you need
Van Replacement Cover

Zenith Van Insurance

Insurance Offered
Comprehensive, third party fire and theft, or third party only
Social & Business Use
Features
Van insurance from just £209 a year*
Van Replacement Cover

AXA Van Insurance

This will depend on the insurance company but typically things covered by van insurance policies could include:

  • 24 hour van accident recovery
  • Medical expenses for injury caused in an accident
  • Cover for a variety of van usage including carriage of own goods, carriage of goods for hire or reward, and haulage
  • New for old cover on vans less than 12 months old
  • Van Breakdown cover (usually an optional feature you pay for)
  • Cover for item carried in the van such as tools or goods
  • Van windscreen repair or replacement
  • Courtesy vans are often available in the event of an accident, providing that the van has not been written off
  • Legal expenses cover – If  you get into an accident in your van and it’s not your fault, you will want to claim back your excess and other costs, for example vehicle hire, from the negligent driver. Most importantly, the recovery of these costs will maintain your no-claims bonus.

 

This will depend on a number of factors and will also depend on the type of insurance you require:

  • Third party only insurance – this is the minimum level of vehicle insurance required by law in the UK and covers damage to property or injury to others caused by your vehicle. However, it doesn’t cover damage to your own vehicle.
  • Third party fire and theft – this type of insurance covers the same things as third party only insurance, with the addition of cover for damage to your vehicle by fire or the loss of your vehicle through theft.
  • Comprehensive insurance – this type of insurance will cover you for the same eventualities as third party fire and theft, plus loss or damage to your vehicle, personal effects cover, windscreen damage, accidental damage, and even medical expenses.
  • Telematics insurance – this type of insurance involves installing a ‘black box’ in your vehicle that tracks how you drive, meaning that you could receive cheaper premiums for showing safe driving behaviours