In the UK, van insurance is a legal requirement if you are to drive a van on the roads. A van insurance policy allows you to drive your van, provided it is under 3.5 tonnes. 

There are three levels of van insurance cover available for you to choose from, so when comparing van insurance quotes, make sure they are on a like for like basis.

Third Party Only van insurance: The most basic type of van insurance is Third-Party Only and it covers your liability for bodily injury or death to others and their property. 

Third Party Fire and Theft: This includes the above third party risks, as well as risk of fire damage and theft of your vehicle. Select van insurance providers will also cover the contents of your van and items such as the CD player.

Comprehensive cover: Inclusive of Third Party Fire and Theft cover, comprehensive van insurance policies also cover the loss of, or damage to, your vehicle caused by an accident or vandalism. Some van insurance companies will include personal accident benefit within their comprehensive cover, should you be injured or die in an accident.
Please note that the specific cover will depend on the insurance company chosen and the policy taken out. We will advise you on policy limitations when you ask us to compare van insurance on your behalf.

To compare van insurance please visit: vancompare.com

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