How does motor trade insurance work? We have previously covered the process of getting motor trade insurance, and some of the considerations you may need to take into account on your way to getting such a policy. This time, we are putting motor trade insurance policies under the microscope to answer the question of how Read the full article…
Beyond the normal remit of private motor insurance, motor trade policies are designed to protect you if your business involves you or your staff driving vehicles that belong to you, and if you interact with members of the public. Motor trade insurance is a specialist form of insurance that will protect you – and Read the full article…
Getting a criminal conviction while driving is something that many drivers will unfortunately encounter in their time on the road. For example, statistics released by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) show that 5,179 drivers were banned for driving recklessly in 2016 around the UK, an increase of 29 per cent (or 1,173 incidents) Read the full article…
Seven out of ten businesses have not left any money in their budget to account for the additional costs associated with GDPR compliance, according to new data.
The SMMT is calling on the government to reach an interim deal with the European Union following Brexit in order to prevent the motor industry from "falling off a cliff edge".
Britain's automotive industry has enjoyed a record year after securing a turnover of £77.5 billion last year, according to the latest figures.
The NFDA has urged the government to ensure it covers all fuel types when publishing its latest plans to improve the UK's air quality, and does not simply focus on diesel vehicles.
More than one in three used car and van purchases could take place entirely online, according to research conducted by iVendi.
One in five motorists do not care about taking complete ownership of their car, according to a new study.
British drivers buy more car parts, accessories and car dealer services online than they do cosmetics or groceries, according to a new study.