Van operators are being urged to check vehicle signage or branding is recorded as a modification on their insurance policy or risk voiding their cover.
Fleet operators are being advised to proactively protect their vehicles and drivers, following a crash for cash report from the Insurance Fraud Bureau (IFB).
Aioi Nissay Dowa Insurance UK and Flock have joined forces to change how commercial fleet insurance is priced and distributed.
New partnership aims to transform last-mile logistics and deal struck for direct vision compliant trucks.
Magna Accident Services is warning that the van insurance market faces significant problems finding replacement vehicles, which could increase costs.
Zego has partnered with grocery delivery start-up Dija to insure its fleet of e-bikes.
Zego has launched two new insurance products for moped and e-bike fleets in the UK.
The UK Government will scrap a new EU law requiring vehicles such as fork-lifts, golf buggies and quad bikes to be insured like a car or van.
Van insurance premiums have risen, on average, 2.3% in the past six months.
The additional investment from Shell Ventures and existing investor Marbruck Investments comes as Humn rolls out new insurance products to fleets in Europe.
Fleet customers have received a £10.6 million rebate from QBE in motor premiums for vehicles taken out of service during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Rising insurance costs are among the biggest vehicle-related challenges faced by SMEs, according to a new study by CameraMatics.
Insurance firm Zego has partnered with telematics specialist ABAX to offer fleets a new usage-based insurance policy.
London-based Insurtech Zego has expanded its partnership with RSA Insurance to provide flexible cover for van fleets.
Sales and marketing workers have been revealed as the van drivers most likely to claim on their insurance, data from Quotezone.co.uk has found.
Van Excellence scheme partners with McCarron Coates to launch new insurance product for van drivers committed to safe, efficient and compliant driving.
McCarron Coates has reminded passenger and road transport fleet operators to not cut corners and urged them to consider sleep in the risk management process.
Arthur Marsh Insurance is to offer customers from the haulage and waste collection sectors Camera Telematics’ Street Angel system.
Consumer Intelligence has warned van drivers that despite prices dropping 0.9% in the past year, insurance premiums are set to rise.
Bibby Distribution has invested more than £1 million to support driver safety and improve performance with the installation of in-cab cameras across the entirety of its fleet.