Fleet insurance is helping many companies that own a number of vehicles save money on their policy. This type of policy comes with a host of advantages from placing all vehicles under one policy to having one premium to pay and helping keep your costs as low as possible.
There are many companies providing this type of policy, some will only accept three to five or more vehicles, while others will give you the ability to take advantage of this cover with as little as two vehicles.
Ideally, as a company, you want to find the best level of cover at the lowest possible price, which is why it’s imperative you shop around.
Don’t go for the first good deal you see, it’s a better option to get a minimum of three quotes. Getting three quotes is easy; you can ask each company to email through their suggested quote, giving you something in black and white to work with. This also gives you control in choosing the best business fleet insurance to meet your company needs.
Once you receive the quotes, you can start doing some essential research on each of the companies. To find the companies you can search online or you can ask other companies in your local area that they use for their policy and their experiences.
What you are looking for when you search online is the company’s reputation and how other customers feel about their experience. Remember you are purchasing business fleet insurance, so you can’t take any chances when it comes to the safety and protection of your vehicles on the road.
Going through the online reviews and reading through the forums, may give you the ability to narrow down your list. You may find one of the companies doesn’t have the best reviews and therefore should be omitted from your selection.
Once you’ve done all your research, it’s time to review each of the quotes. Reviewing the quotes gives you the ability to ensure that they are offering the best level of cover to suit your company requirements.
Go through each one individually checking to see what cover they offer. Remember in some cases when you ask for an online quote, you will be offered the most basic cover, which can be third party rather than comprehensive. If you find anything on the quote you feel is wrong, contact the company and get them to readjust the price accordingly.
Asking the company to do some minor amendments to the policy quote is a chance for you to determine their flexibility, as you will probably be adding and removing vehicles throughout the policy.
When you have the correct figures in front of you for each of the companies, you can compare them against each other. Ensure you take everything you have learned about each of them into consideration and remember when it comes to business fleet insurance; the cheaper price isn’t always the best option. You may find one of the companies offers a fast claims process and are dedicated to their customers, but they may charge slightly more.