It’s often said that the first rule of business is to protect your investment, and that means making sure that your tools and equipment are covered. Most van insurance policies don’t include cover for contents, so if your van is stolen or broken into, you could be left seriously out of pocket. And of course without the tools of your trade; you simply won’t be able to trade.
Tools in Transit insurance from Quoteline Direct is a cost-effective way of keeping your business up and running. Cover starts at just £39.95 a year and provides new for old replacement for tools and equipment which is lost, stolen or damaged during transit. So if you wake-up to find that someone’s emptied the back of your van, or you accidently damage an expensive piece of equipment while loading, we have got you covered.
Quoteline Direct is one of a handful of companies offering Tools in Transit insurance as a stand-alone product, which means we can arrange cover for all vans regardless of your insurer. However, with guaranteed savings of at least 10% on your van insurance renewal premium; it’s difficult to understand why you would want to be insured with anyone else!
It’s a common misunderstanding that Tools in Transit insurance is aimed solely at the building sector. Of course it’s ideal for tradesmen, but because cover includes equipment, it’s ideal for everyone from wedding photographers to mobile beauty therapists.
Flexible Cover: Choose the level of cover that’s right for your business:
Comprehensive Cover: Policies safeguard against theft, loss and damage to equipment at all stages of transit
Generous Cover: There’s no single-item claim limit and a fixed excess of just £100
Round-the-clock Cover: Policies provide 24-hour cover for 365 days a year *
Your claims Covered: Our dedicated claims-line is always open and we aim to settle all claims as quickly as possible
To arrange instant Tools in Transit cover visit our Quote & Buy system, or Tel: 0161 874 7770 if you would like to speak with a member of our van insurance team.
* Terms apply, see the Conditions section of the Policy Wording