Business Vehicle and Van Insurance

Make sure your business keeps moving, even if your van isn’t able to.

Business Vehicle and Van Insurance at a glance

  • Around-the-clock support: Aviva’s legal helpline is open 24 hours a day

  • Cover for all business types: Choose from, company and sole-trader cover

  • Safeguard your tools: Enjoy £500 tool cover as standard with comprehensive cover

  • Flexible options: Comprehensive, and third party fire and theft cover available

  • What’s not covered: Accident, injury, loss or damage not covered if your vehicle is registered outside territorial limits

  • Aviva won’t pay for: Accident, injury, loss or damaged caused by a non-permitted driver on your motor insurance

Sole Trader

You’re the owner (or owners) but there’s no legal difference between you and your business. So you registered the vehicle in your name. This means you’ll need sole trader cover.

Apply online

  • Retrieve a previous quote
  • Company

    You’re a director of your company. So when you bought a vehicle, you registered it in your company’s name. For this, you’ll need company cover.

    Apply online

    Contact Aviva

    Why choose Business Vehicle and Van Insurance?

    If your business relies on a vehicle, time off the road isn't an option. If the worst happens, you need to be prepared – which is why we've partnered with Aviva to offer cover that protects against a whole range of eventualities.

    What else is included?

    24 hour pickup: If you have an accident, Aviva can pick up your van or business vehicle and have it dropped off at a destination of your choice

    Protection against uninsured drivers: As long as you give us the details of the driver and their vehicle, you won’t lose your no claim discount if you’re hit by an uninsured driver

    Cover for passengers: You’re still covered if you give a colleague a lift to the office or a site

    Important information

    Full policy wording, summaries, conditions and exclusions can be found here:

    Business Insurance Policy Wording and Summary

    Aviva’s business policies are sold, administered and underwritten by Aviva Insurance Limited.

    For more information call Aviva on 0800 015 8948. Lines are open Monday to Friday, 9am to 6pm, including bank holidays (excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years Day).

    Calls may be recorded and monitored.

    Looking for something else? You can still use the above number to make a general enquiry.

    HSBC Bank plc, 8 Canada Square, London E14 5HQ, Company Register Number, 14259 acts as an introducer to Aviva Insurance Limited. 

    Aviva Insurance Limited. Registered in Scotland, No. 2116. Registered Office: Pitheavlis, Perth PH2 0NH. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Firm Reference Number 202153.

    Sole Trader

    You’re the owner (or owners) but there’s no legal difference between you and your business. So you registered the vehicle in your name. This means you’ll need sole trader cover.

    Apply online

  • Retrieve a previous quote
  • Company

    You’re a director of your company. So when you bought a vehicle, you registered it in your company’s name. For this, you’ll need company cover.

    Apply online

    Contact Aviva

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