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51% of consumers could save £590.37 on their Van Insurance. The saving was calculated by comparing the
cheapest price found with the average of the next four cheapest prices quoted by insurance providers on Seopa
Ltd’s insurance comparison website. This is based on representative cost savings from September 2023. The
savings you could achieve are dependent on your individual circumstances.

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What is van insurance?

Van insurance is a legal requirement if you are driving on public roads. It ensures that you are covered financially if the worst happens to your van or other properties/persons affected by it.

The policy covers you and your van against unfortunate risks such as fire, theft, accidental damage and legal liabilities to other drivers and to pedestrians in the case of an accident on the road. These risks could include injury or even death.

Same as car insurance, you may be fined or put into jail if you are found to be driving without insurance.

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Get a £25 gift with your purchase

When you successfully make a purchase online after using the comparison quote service, we will send you a £25 Love2shop gift card as appreciation for your support.
The Love2shop gift card can be used in many popular high street retailers and is accepted at over 20,000 stores across the UK.
It can be used in full or part payment for goods and services and there is no need to register or activate. Just hand it to the cashier at the till.

 

What type of van insurance do you need?


Comprehensive car insurance: This complete insurance cover can be purchased for you and your van. You are covered financially, regardless of who is at fault if:

  • you damage your van or a third party’s vehicle
  • injure yourself or another person
  • theft and fire

Third-party insurance: This is the minimum legal requirement that you need to have. It covers damage to other drivers (including your passenger(s), other vehicles and property in case of an accident. It does not include replacing or repairing your car.

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How to decrease the cost of your van insurance?

1. Pay the annual fee in a lump sum. Monthly payments make the premiums more expensive.

2. Build up your no claims bonus. Pay cheaper insurance every year you do not make a claim.

3. Increase your voluntary excess. If you don’t make a claim then this will work out cheaper for you.

4. Installing extra security. This includes an immobiliser and tracker.

5. Having a smaller, less powerful van will lower your premiums.

 

The process


1. Click on the button Get Quotes Now and enter the details of your vehicle.
2. See the list of insurance quotes and choose the most suitable one at the cheapest price.
3. Make your purchase.
4. Once the insurance company verifies your purchase, they will contact us.
5. We will send you the voucher after we receive confirmation.
*The free Love2shop voucher is subject to terms and conditions.


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