What insurance does a dual control installer need?
This will depend upon how you operate your business, but if you work from business premises you should consider a combined motor trade insurance product. This provides you with a comprehensive motor trade product designed to meet a broader business insurance requirement.
If you are mobile or work from home then there you should consider both a motor trade road risks policy and a liability policy to protect you against claims from third parties and any employees you may have. More information may be found here.
To meet your needs as a dual control installers for a suitable motor insurance policy, you will want to consider a road risks insurance policy.
What is motor trade road risks insurance for a dual control installer?
The dual control installers motor trade road risks policy provides you with a motor insurance policy that can provide cover for your own vehicles and any customers vehicles that you are using for motor trade purposes.
What is the cover under a motor trade insurance policy for dual control installer?
This will depend upon your requirements, but cover is available for many businesses on a third party only, third party fire and theft and comprehensive basis.
What is the vehicle indemnity limit under a dual control installers motor trade insurance policy?
The indemnity limit under the policy is chosen by you and it will represent the insurers maximum liability in respect of any claims for own damage or fire and theft in respect of your own or customer’s vehicles on TPFT and comprehensive policies.
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