Find great van insurance in three simple steps
- Created: 24 March 2014
There are three simple steps you can take to find great van insurance without a fuss.
Work out what level of cover you want for your van, or fleet of vans. There are three available options, and these are: Comprehensive, Third Party, and Third Party Fire & Theft.
Comprehensive insurance will cover you for damage to your own vehicle – as well as damage suffered by other road users due to an accident, fire, theft, and a range of other causes.
Third Party Fire & Theft will cover you for damage caused to another individual's property, or help pay compensation or costs for injuries they might have suffered in an incident which you (or the covered driver of the van) are liable for. It will also cover you against loss or damage if your van is burnt or stolen.
Finally, Third Party insurance will only cover you for damage to another person or their property in a traffic accident for which you are at fault.
Depending on the cost of your vehicle, and how often you use it, one of the cheaper options (Third Party or Third Party Fire & Theft) might be the most suitable policy for you. However, often, the best one to have is Comprehensive.
Find the cheapest van insurance quote via iVan. In partnership with Be Wiser, iVan can compare deals from more than 20 top insurance providers to find the offers which best suit your needs.
On top of that, every policy bought through iVan comes with free RAC breakdown cover and legal expenses insurance as standard.
Don't forget about renewal. Many people stick with the same insurance company year in, year out, but you might miss out on some great offers that way and could end up paying more for your cover than necessary.
Before renewal time, visit iVan again to see whether you could save money on your insurance. Our customers save an average of 25% on the cost of their cover.
The fourth step, if we were writing one, would be to sit back and relax while we securely email you your new policy documents. Finding van insurance through iVan really is as easy as one, two, three.