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Then you will need hire and reward insurance. If at any time you carry people, or other people's goods, and get paid for it, you need to have this type of cover, otherwise your existing insurance policy can be null and void.
Not quite. Courier insurance is a form of hire and reward insurance (H&W) which covers people who normally make multiple deliveries in a single day. Other forms of H&W are taxi insurance which can cover you for transporting people rather than goods, and haulage insurance which covers you for delivering complete loads to single destinations. Sometimes these overlap!
This doesn't apply to people who car share. If you accept a share of expenses on a long journey, or a friend pays for the petrol on a day out, then that is a different matter. What makes the difference is whether or not you actually profit by the transaction.
Neither, for instance, would you need it if you were a builder carrying your own tools and materials, or a mobile hairdresser taking your own equipment to other people's houses, but you would still need a class of insurance called "carriage of own goods"!
However if you are driver making deliveries to multiple destinations, even if it is only to deliver pizzas from your scooter, or a courier carrying small parcels or other items, then you need a courier insurance policy.
No, an insurer will want to know what type of goods will be carried, since they all carry different risk profiles. Don't worry about this though - the brokers will make sure you get the right policy!
Yes it can be. Don't worry though, the insurers you are referred to will be able to offer you the right policy! This is why expert, qualified advice is so essential.
Each policy is an individual one, because we are all different. The premium will depend upon such factors as whether you carry people or goods; if goods just what they are; your experience; and your vehicle.
If you need taxi insurance, then you will need to have obtained a taxi licence before a policy can be issued. There is a difference between public and private hire policies; the public policy is for drivers that can be hailed in the street, and the private hire policies are for those who can only take on pre-booked assignments.
This is a type of cover called Goods in Transit Insurance; this could protect you against claims if you are to have an accident, or some other mishap was to occur, and the goods that you were carrying became lost or damaged. Sometimes this is available as an optional extra, but some hire and reward policies include it as standard, which can often be a cheaper way of buying it.
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