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Strong Relationships with Van Insurance Brokers

Van insurance brokers are a critical part of the insurance industry. Unlike the actual insurers, a broker sits between the insurer – also known as the underwriter – and the insured. This setup allows the insurers to do business with many insurance brokers and vice versa.

Van Insurance Providers

Starting out in 1982, we have 40 years of insurance industry experience and have learned a lot about every aspect of insurance and underwriting. Our insurers are very important to us because, without them, we would not have been able to grow our successful business, year-on-year. We are loyal to our brokers and value the special relationships that we have built.

Commercial Van Insurance For Drivers With Non-Standard Circumstances

Our insurance policies can cover a number of different commercial vehicle uses. We also, provide specialist company van insurance to those with more traditional needs.

Acorn Insurance are experienced van insurance brokers. Get a quote today and see how much you could save with us.

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Factors which may affect Acorn Insurance customers’ van policies:

Excess – when collecting quotes you can change the amount of excess you pay in the event of a claim. Note: motor trade excess is fixed at £500.

Security – is your van fitted with an alarm or immobiliser? Does it have a tracker?

NCB (No Claims Bonus) – The more you have of these the better!

Van Type – Big vans are typically more expensive to insure than smaller vans.

Mileage – The less mileage you do on the roads, statistically, the less likely you are to need to make a claim. However, it is not wise to manipulate this, as there are ways of checking how much mileage you do per year.

Use – are you using the van to carry personal belongings, commercial goods, or both?

Postcode – some postcodes have a higher risk profile than others.