But whether your business has two or 500 vehicles, they can still be considered a motor fleet, and no matter the size of your fleet, you still face the hazard of corralling your vehicles and managing their extensive risks. Rather than relying on standard motor insurance which only covers certain vehicles under certain policies, a motor fleet policy, which usually defines a fleet as at least two vehicles, can cover an assortment of vehicles with a variety of uses under one policy. This flexibility reduces the need for fleet oversight and thus lowers overall administrative costs. The average motor fleet policy is much more robust and flexible than standard motor insurance, reducing driver restrictions and allowing you to regularly add or remove vehicles from your policy.
Could your business benefit from motor fleet cover?
A bespoke motor fleet policy, bolstered with effective risk management, can reduce claims, streamline business operations and slash administrative costs.