How does motor trade insurance policy excess work?
Motor trade insurance covers a wide scope of different areas, including road risk and liability insurance. In the event that you need to make a claim on your own policy your insurers will request a contribution to the claim, which is known as an “Excess” – and is usually a set, agreed amount.
Motor Trade Insurance Policy Excesses
Every policy comes with its own compulsory excess as fixed by the insurer, but with regards to the majority of Motor Trade Insurance policies this can be extended simply by taking out a voluntary excess. This action instantly lowers the premium but should a claim be made, then the total you pay will be much higher.
How do I go about getting a quote?
With over 20 years’ experience under our belt, we’re well-experienced in offering the very best protection policies to each and every one of our customers. Our team of motor trade advisors are highly knowledgeable in all areas of the business, and are among the best in the industry.
All you need to do is enter your details on our online form, where our experts will assess your application prior to ensuring each risk applicable to your business is covered under the single motor trade insurance policy. Once tailored to your individual requirements, you then only pay for the specific features as needed.
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