Light Goods Commercial Vehicle insurance

Wooly

Member
Mixed Farmer
Location
Romney Marsh
As both my trucks are due for insurance renewals, who do you lot use ............ and an idea of the cost, as mine appear expensive !

I have been quoted £1300 for two newish trucks, 3 named drivers over 25, on limited mileage.

Does appear expensive when my car is £200
 
Location
Ceredigion
Ditto. I insure 3 vehicles with Admiral on a multicar policy for under £600. Not small cars, two 4x4s and a Golf GTD.

The insurers must have been reading on TFF about how @Derrick Hughes is always singing the praises of the NFU because they always pay up on his claims, and decided he makes too many of them, and priced accordingly :oops:
If no one ever claimed then there would be no use for insurance would there ,
 

Highland Mule

Member
Livestock Farmer
Who would insure a car for 200 , it would hardly cover the wheels , must be 3rd party no fire or theft
Fully comp here, protected NCB for all vehicles. Couple of named drivers in 40s, high miles (10-20k, depending on vehicle.) Nothing over £250 and all decent, newish cars. Heck, even my defender is under £200.

Direct Line, if you're interested. And they're a lot easier on claims than the NFU.
 

Hfd Cattle

Member
Location
Hereford
Back to the OP .
I thought about a small lorry earlier this yr for the OH to haul bales . Have always had a lorry till about 4 yrs ago .
I was shocked at the high cost of the insurance so we didn't bother .
 

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