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Courier van insurance covers the couriers van for the purpose of making deliveries. It is a specialist insurance policy designed specifically for couriers transporting goods to multiple locations.

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  • Do couriers need hire and reward insurance?
  • What is the difference between haulage and courier?
  • Advice & FAQs
  • Useful links

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  • Do couriers need hire and reward insurance?
  • What is the difference between haulage and courier?
  • Advice & FAQs
  • Useful links

Do I need courier insurance?

If you deliver or transport goods or packages for work then you will need some form of courier insurance.

Courier vans often have high-value contents, high mileage and are left in busy areas while deliveries are being made, making them high-risk vehicles that most business insurance policies cannot adequately cover.

Courier insurance can also include goods-in-transit cover that does not come as standard with most business insurance policies, but it is essential that you check what’s covered with your insurer.

Why compare courier insurance?

As a courier, it is likely that you will be spending a large amount of time on the road transporting packages, making multiple stops and driving at all times of the day. That is why it is vital that you are adequately covered should the worst happen.

Compare courier insurance today, to make sure that you find the right policy for you.

Courier van insurance advice and FAQs

Do couriers need hire and reward insurance?

Yes, if you are using your van to deliver or transport other people’s goods in exchange for money, you will need hire and reward insurance as part of your courier van insurance.

Hire and reward insurance can protect you if the vehicle you are using to transport goods is damaged or stolen.

What is the difference between haulage and courier?

Courier van insurance is specialist insurance for drivers doing multiple drop-offs for a number of different goods or packages. Haulage insurance is different because it is for drivers doing one or two pre-planned, long-distance drop-offs for larger or higher value items.

The definitions can vary slightly dependent on the insurer, so it is important that you check your policy to ensure that you have the right level of cover for your specific requirements.

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