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Your Guide to Motor Trade insurance

Tuesday, 25th August, 2020

As a motor trader, you need traders insurance – it’s a legal obligation. The world of traders’ insurance can be confusing, especially if you’re new to the motor industry. This guide to motor trade insurance covers some of the key questions, including: Key facts you need to know when buying motor trade insurance Who needs Read the full article…

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20 tips to save money on your motor trade insurance

Monday, 24th August, 2020

Running a motor trade business is an expensive undertaking, so it’s only natural to want to reduce your outgoings as much as possible. To help your garage, dealership or body shop business save money, we have put together some top tips on how to reduce your motor trade insurance premium. In this article, we will Read the full article…

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New and used car values after lockdown

Friday, 19th June, 2020

What will happen to car values as we come out of lockdown? We take a look at what’s happened during this unprecedented time, and why motor traders can have cause for optimism in the year ahead. Motor dealers of all sizes have curtailed activities or stopped altogether during lockdown. Some have carried on working throughout; Read the full article…

Coronavirus and our service to you

Thursday, 19th March, 2020

With the ongoing situation regarding coronavirus in the UK, we want to reassure you that we are here for you when you need us. We are open for business as usual.    Contacting us You can contact us on the same numbers as usual, and our opening hours remain unchanged. However, it may be quicker Read the full article…

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Taxi drivers and coronavirus

Friday, 6th March, 2020

As one of the leading providers of taxi insurance, we’re here to do everything we can to provide help for taxi drivers during the coronavirus epidemic. Here’s our quick ChoiceQuote cabbie’s guide: what every taxi driver needs to know to get through the UK’s Covid-19 lockdown as safely as possible – while staying properly insured Read the full article…

Winter Driving

Crash course – avoiding accidents in winter

Friday, 29th November, 2019

Winter is a difficult time of year for drivers, especially those who work for a living and spend the most time on the road. Taxi drivers, couriers and hauliers will find themselves on the road at all hours during what is inevitably a busy time for everyone who is a professional driver. Dark nights and Read the full article…

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Preparing your taxi business for the festive season

Friday, 29th November, 2019

A profession that often isn’t mentioned among the so-called ‘unsung Christmas heroes’ is taxi drivers, who often find themselves extremely busy during the festive season. But how do taxi drivers prepare for Christmas and New Year? We’ve listed a few tips to help you through the cold days and nights. A time to earn more Read the full article…

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Can telematics save you money on your taxi insurance?

Thursday, 28th November, 2019

Telematics – more commonly known as a ‘black box’ – are often linked with young or inexperienced drivers, and are seen by some people as ‘spying devices,’ reporting on your speed and location to your insurer. However, modern telematics can be very useful in proving who is at fault when an accident happens, where and Read the full article…

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Taxi Talk: Interesting Taxi Facts

Wednesday, 14th August, 2019

We explore the history of the taxi trade and uncover interesting facts which may test your knowledge about the taxi profession. When was the taxi first invented? If you are clued up on your taxi knowledge, this name may resonate with you. Gottlieb Daimler built the word’s first taxi in 1897 – the Daimler Victoria Read the full article…