It doesn’t need to be said that insurance is essential for anyone, but more so for business firms. Taxi Insurance in particular can be quite daunting – because there’s so very many cover options to consider, even at the best of times. You may get a few insurance providers that tack on extra fees because of your fleet, some taxi firms have saloons, black cabs and MPVs in their lineup, and can often be stigmatised because of that.
If Insurance wasn’t so vital, we’d all avoid it entirely. But particularly with taxis, it’s imperative that you get a policy with the right cover options to protect you in the case of multiple scenarios. Whether it’s a personal accident protection, a public liability policy, or even legal protection for the driver, BIS Insurance, a providers of commercial insurance in North Wales, can provide you with cheap but effective taxi insurance in North Wales and beyond.
Taxi drivers often drive long hours and great distances, at night and in unfamiliar areas. Some insurance companies see this as “high risk” and will slap as many fees on as they can, seeing “high risk” as a cash cow or a golden goose. It doesn’t matter whether you’re public or private hire – some insurance providers will charge you extortionate rates based on that alone. (Though of course, public vs private hire can often turn into a hefty extra fee later)
Comparison websites aren’t exactly all they’re cracked up to be either. What may seem like an enticing price can change based upon types of car insured, numbers of cars insured, as well as each individual driver. What can seem like an utter bargain can soon be soured by spending three or four hours filling in online forms from a number of providers and finding that despite getting a cuddly toy meerkat, you’re still paying a fortune.
BIS Insurance’s speciality is motor and fleet insurance, which means that they’re in prime position to offer you a great deal on their brand new taxi insurance policies. Why not call into their offices or pick up the telephone to arrange an appointment today?