Motor Insurance is a legal requirement by law and, unless you have declared a Statutory Off-Road Notice to the DVLA, it can be costly and confusing if you have more than one vehicle with more than one person driving. Motor Fleet Insurance allows you to insure multiple vehicles under one policy with usually a wide driver option (for example. any driver over the age of 25).
Typically, a fleet policy must be more than 2 vehicles. It is standard for a Motor Fleet Insurance policy to provide Business Use – which can be expensive on an individual motor policy – and policies are usually flexible to include private use depending on the vehicle. Also, director owned vehicles can usually be covered under a Motor Fleet Insurance policy. All vehicle types can be covered under a Motor Fleet Insurance policy from a special type of vehicle, standard Transit van or up to a 44-tonne truck.