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Small fleet insurance can cover large or small fleets with 1,2,3,4 or 5 vehicles and is the perfect solution for a small or growing business. With downsizing and home working becoming a popular alternative to a daily commute the average fleet size has dropped for over 100 vehicles to 10 or less. However it is still cheaper to take out one multi vehicle policy policy to cover your entire fleet, it also reduces any associated administration costs.  

Mini or small  fleet insurance covers a  range of vehicle fleet including not only cars, but vans, trucks, HGV's or any other automobile which serve a purpose be it transporting people or goods. No fixed number defines a mini fleet the norm ranges from 2 to 16 , the definition may vary from underwriter to underwriter.  The insurance categories available include the three standard are third party, third party with fire and theft plus the top level comprehensive that will also include losses sustained by the owner. If transporting good then god intransit may also be included in the insurance bundle. 

What Vehicles Can I Include under my Mini Fleet Policy?

At Compare Fleet Insurance we understand that a multitude of  small fleet variations exist and that small mini fleet cover does not always mean covering one vehicle type and it is more common to have a variety of vehicle categories for example Vans ,Trucks, Cars and even Messenger Bikes.

Looking to compare small fleet insurance policy premiums for your business fleet with multiple UK underwriters quickly? By completing a quick online form we can distribute your risk cover requirements to a 100 plus and growing UK brokers that specialise in this niche market. Small Fleet insurance products are designed with the fleet manager in mind and critically will help your business reduce costs, save time and minimise administrative workload. Take the leap and take advantage of the product that will provide your business with the flexibility to insure all your vehicles under one policy that is bespoke to your business requirements.

All your business vehicles should have adequate cover when on the road as prescribed by law. Having the right level of cover will not only protect you, but also your drivers. A small fleet policy will be perfect for any types of vehicles that are used for business or personal use.

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FAQ - Who Can Drive ?

This is a frequent question. You will find that most fleet policies are usually arranged on an Any Authorised Driver basis which means that anyone can drive with the permission of the company/directors. However discounts can apply if you start to restrict to named drivers or based on age (e.g. Any Driver over 30). If you include young drivers under 25 is likely to result in an increased policy excess.

What types of Vehicles are Included?

Mini fleet insurance can cover cars and vans, almost any vehicles can be included

How to manage a Fleet of Business Vehicles
Sometimes the question is asked; “What exactly constitutes a fleet“ ? A business fleet generally consists of light to medium units, 10 to 50 in number. As far as industry segment goes, the largest by far is construction. These can include both residential and heavy construction contractors, electricians, plumbers HVAC technician, landscapers, and dry cleaners. This is followed by wholesale/retail trade, and personal/business services.
7 Ways to Reduce Fleet Operating Costs
The rising costs of fuel compounded by the depreciation of the British pound against the US dollar are expected to further increase fleet operating costs in the United Kingdom. It is not surprising that companies are looking for different ways to lower the costs of maintaining a fleet. If you’re a business owner concerned about this development, or you are in charge of managing your company’s fleet, you might want to follow the following tips to reduce your fleet operating costs:
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