Each day the working man is feeling the pinch by the government as the cost of fuel goes up, their wages stay the same so the money they have to spend goes down. For a lot of people this means that living the same they were 6 or even 12 months ago is becoming a struggle as they have less disposable income.
Some people have taken steps to cut costs, some workmen use cheaper materials, hire cheaper workers or try and pass the costs on to the customer but there are still a lot of expenses that need to be paid. One of which is van insurance.
Perhaps for some they don’t really see the benefit of insurance. Paying in to a pot ‘just in case you have an accident’ might seem a little hard to comprehend but it’s there if you need it and it is a legal requirement.
Van insurance is something that should not be neglected. For those who have a work van and spend the majority of time on the road driving around and go out on building sites their van insurance can be invaluable as you never quite know when an accident can happen. With many people about, heavy machinery in action and the van on rough terrain the chance of the van being damaged is highly likely.
If your van is stolen it can cause all sorts of problems and disruption to your work, but having insurance will insure that your beloved Ford Transit Connect is replaced so that you can carry on bringing in an income.
Although the insurance is considered a great expense it becomes clear that many people would not do with out it even if it wasn’t a legal requirement.