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  • Business Insurance : Motor Fleet Insurance : Haulage Insurance

  • Haulage Insurance

    Our Haulage Insurance for fleets covers any size haulage vehicle from trucks to Heavy Goods Vehicles (HGV). The level of cover that you require for your haulage fleet will depend on the nature of your business and Bluedrop can accommodate additional haulage insurance options on request. The cover can include damage and injury to third parties, damage to own vehicle and loss or damage of goods. 

    Within our policies we can also insure for the haulage of hazardous goods and locations which you will need to specify upon quotation. Haulage insurance is available from Bluedrop on fleets of 3 or more vehicles and offers fleet insurance for HGVs from 7.5 to 44 tonnes.

    Tailored Haulage Insurance package

    Bluedrop Insurance provides bespoke haulage insurance solutions that cover haulage vehicles for damages or injury to third parties, loss or damage of goods for travelling in both UK and EU countries. You can also include goods in transit, business and indemnity insurance for additional protection if your business needs it.

    There are many options to consider when taking out haulage insurance. It is best to speak to a professional who can help advice you on the type of cover you need to protect your business and its vehicles.

    • Our haulage insurance includes...

    • Features and benefits:

      • UK & European use
      • Tailored haulage insurance to cover your specific business needs
      • We can offer a true any driver policy, including young drivers
      • Ability to convert from bonus rated to fleet rated
      • Mix of vehicles i.e. vans, cars & trucks on the same policy
      • Own goods or general haulage (incl. hazchem)
      • Goods in transit & liability covers can be quoted
      • Cover for attached or detached trailers
      • Replacement vehicle cover following a non-fault accident
    • As insurance specialists we offer:

      • Fast & efficient documentation issuing
      • Fast turnaround quotation process
      • Flexible payment terms
      • Fleet management advice
      • 24hr claims service

      Additional cover options are available on request.

          • Frequently asked questions about Haulage Insurance

            What is haulage insurance?

            Haulage insurance is aimed at businesses or individual operators who drive large, heavy vehicles for transportation of goods. It is suitable for vehicles that weigh in excess of 3.5 tonnes.

            Haulage insurance covers your business for risks to third parties who may be injured or have their property damaged as a result of your business operations. However, if you make multiple stops to different locations, then you may need to have courier insurance which specifically covers vehicles for this purpose.

            What is the difference between haulage and courier insurance?

            Haulage insurance only covers HGV when travelling to one fixed destination. Courier insurance is used to cover a range of vehicles travelling to and from various locations or drop-off points for deliveries.

            If you are unsure of what insurance is best for your business, please get in contact with one of our brokers who will be able to advise you.

            What insurance do I need for delivering parcels?

            If you are delivering multiple parcels in one trip, then you will need courier insurance. If you are driving an HGV to one fixed destination, then you will need haulage insurance.

            Is haulage insurance the same as hire and reward?

            Haulage insurance is similar to hire and reward but only for HGV that weigh over 7.5 tonnes. Both courier insurance and haulage insurance require that the use of your policy specifies "Carriage of Goods for Hire and reward".

            Do I need Haulage and Transport insurance?

            If your business transports goods to different locations and it weighs over 7.5 tonnes, then haulage insurance is available to cover your vehicles and business while on the road.

            What happens if one of my haulage vehicles is involved in an accident?

            If one of your haulage vehicles is involved in an accident, then you must report it immediately to your insurance provider, whether you or others involved want to make a claim or not. Usually as part of the insurance agreement you are obliged to report all incidents to your insurance provider so they are aware of the risks.

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