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Van Insurance Quote -- Know What to Look Out For

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Author: Peter Fitzpatrick

Small business insurance varies greatly in cost. Around thirty five hundred ponuds a year is average. Small business insurance providers are likely to change your van insurance quote based on the size of your business. This is determined by looking at how many employees you have, how much sales you do, and how risky the insurance company feels that you will be to insure.

Be sure to ask your agent to explain all the insurance categories that you might choose. Otherwise, you could risk being lumped in with other businesses that aren't suitable. Network installers and resellers are, for instance, very different from software developers, but risk being categorized with them if their business is not properly explained to the agent.

Each subcontractor you work with should also maintain both professional and general liability insurance, as well as errors and omissions coverage. Your insurance policy is unlikely to cover them. If you are covering them, realize that you are providing benefits similar to those given to an employee, rather than those usually provided to a contractor. Most people hire contractors to save money, so this is worth considering.

Be sure to talk to both your attorney and insurance agent when you apply for a business van insurance quote. This is especially true if you already have an existing agent for property and contents insurance policies. You may also wish to consult with your accountant to find out what sort of small business van insurance you will be able to afford.

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Peter Fitzpatrick is a Marketing Professional for many of the UK's Leading Commercial Insurance companies. With 20 years worth of commercial insurance experience, for companies including: Norwich Union, Churchill and Zurich. To learn more on van insurance quote, tips visit his website

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