If you’ve recently returned to the road after serving a ban you’ll find that your insurance premium has increased significantly compared to the rates you paid before your ban.
Van insurance premiums in general have increased right across the board over the past few years, seeing many van drivers opting for lower standard policies. The increase in IPT (insurance premium tax) from 6% to 9.5% is a contributing factor, further increasing to 10%, effective from 1st October.
Although an increase is now inevitable, High Gear Insurance strive to help banned drivers get back to some sort of normality.
Serving the van drivers of the UK
A high volume of van drivers are self-employed tradesmen, therefore not having van insurance could mean facing the possibility of these businesses folding. For this reason, banned drivers are more concerned and aware of the consequences of being convicted of a further offence, seeing most banned drivers stay on the straight and narrow.
As one of the UK’s leading van insurance providers, we at High Gear boast such an extensive panel of insurers, that even if you’ve recently received a driving suspension, we will endeavour to offer affordable van insurance.
Don’t let people convince you that high premiums are an inevitability, call our friendly sales team today and speak with one of our advisors.We will ask a few simple questions and where necessary refer your quotation to the underwriting team at one of our many insurers.