Why choose Staveley Head for your truck insurance
3.5 - 60 tonne gross vehicle weight insured*
Cover for any driver aged 25-69
Discounts for Thatcham fitted security
Frequently asked questions
Much like for your regular car, trucks have several different cover options. These include: Third Party Only truck insurance (TPO), Third Party, Fire and Theft truck insurance (TPFT) and Comprehensive truck insurance.
Telematics policies use a mobile phone app or black box in your truck to calculate insurance premiums based on how you drive.
This is where you insure several HGVs, rather than one by one. It can be far cheaper and more convenient if you have a fleet of trucks, especially if they all fall under the same use cases.
Yes, you will need to have an insurance policy regardless if you plan to drive it or not unless it has been registered as an off-the-road vehicle.
Yes - HGVs used to carry hazardous goods or that operate within hazardous environments will need an extension cover on top of what is already covered. Hazardous goods includes cargo such as explosives, flammable matter, toxic substances, oxidising substances and radioactive materials.
A few ways to cut your costs include; purchasing fleet cover instead of single truck cover, employing drivers with clean records, installing cameras (to determine liability should an accident occur), having a safe place to store your trucks and finally, making sure you shop around for quality insurers that offer value for money.
Auto Trader Limited is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in relation to consumer credit and insurance mediation activities. Our FCA firm number is 735711. Auto Trader introduces consumers to Staveley Head. Staveley Head and Staveley Head Insurance are trading names of Staveley Head Limited. Authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Firm Reference Number (FRN) is 310600.
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