Commercial vehicle insurance may have experienced a boost last month after it was revealed that van sale prices rose from December to January.
According to the latest report from automotive remarketing company Manheim Auctions, the average van sale price increased by 5.5 per cent reaching £2,676.
The organisation claimed this was the first period of growth experienced in the commercial vehicle market since September 2008.
Commercial vehicle sales director at Manheim Alex Wright explained: “During January there was clear evidence that many dealers were buying for stock rather than just fulfilling orders and as a result auction values and conversion rates improved.”
The British Car Association (BCA) recently stated that last year was the toughest 12 months for the used van market in a decade.
BCA’s Duncan Ward attributed this to a combination of hard economic times and an ebbing away of small business confidence in the automotive industry.
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