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Cover for all types of motor trade
Insurance provided for everyone from car traders to valeters

Road risk and benefits cover
Road-risk and benefits cover included in our motor trade insurance quotes

Save time and money
Instant savings of up to 35% compared to your current motor trade policy. Cheapest quotes available.

Compare Cheap Motor Trade Insurance

At Quotegoat.com, we offer comparisons for motor trade insurance that cover all types of motor trades, from car traders and breakdown recovery, to MOTs, servicing and valeters. Our comparisons use quotes from trusted UK insurance providers, delivering you a hefty saving of up to 35% compared to your current motor trade insurance policy. Now if that doesn’t float your goat, we don’t know what will.

Our simple and easy to complete form takes just 3 minutes to fill out (probably less if you’re a ninja on the keyboard). Once done, you can sit back, relax, and browse the quotes supplied, purchasing quickly and efficiently via secure online payment if you find the right package for you. Or if you’d prefer, choose a time for us to drop you a line to discuss your options.

We know that motor trade insurance is a world away from general car insurance, so we’ll help you to find a cheap motor trade insurance policy that not only suits your business needs, but doesn’t make you wince when you renew. Get a quote from Quote Goat and discover effective motor trade cover for a competitive price.

Motor Trade Insurance needs covered

In the motor trade industry, finding a policy that protects every element of your business can quickly get pricey, which is why it’s important to do a thorough comparison of all cheap motor trade insurance providers.

That said, if we’re brutally honest, we’re strong believers that it’s always so much easier to let someone else do the legwork. So by providing us with a few simple details regarding the policy you require, we’ll compare a wide range of cheap motor trade insurance policies, before giving you the most competitive quotes to choose from. It really is that simple.

Cover yourself and your business against risk with a cheap motor trade insurance policy that can include premises cover, road risk cover, asset cover, and public liability cover, or a combination of all four. Whether your business is in motor vehicles, sales, demos, MOTs and testing, servicing, tyre fitting and sales, breakdown recovery or another other specialism, we’re confident we’ll be able to provide you with a quote you’ll be chuffed with.

Why Motor Trade Insurance?

Designed for both those self-employed and business owners in the motor industry, motor trade insurance often covers a great deal more than general car insurance. There are also a wide range of options for users to choose from, so it’s important to know exactly what your business requirements are by law.

When a vehicle is given over to a person in the motor trade for work, the individual’s personal car insurance is no longer valid, as the vehicle is under the care, custody or control (CCC) of the motor trader. Therefore, the motor trader must ensure the vehicle under their care, custody or control is fully covered by their own motor trade insurance.

There are plenty of optional extras and varying levels motor traders can specify on their cheap motor trade insurance policy, including risks, liability and premises insurance. Thankfully, one policy can cover all vehicles the trader drives or supervises.

The nitty gritty of Motor Trade Insurance

Motor trade risk insurance is generally seen as the minimal level of insurance motor traders can choose. Similar to general car insurance, traders can choose between third party, fire and theft, or comprehensive.

Motor trade liability insurance protects the motor trader from potential liability claims made by the trader’s customer. Cover can include compensation and medical expenses, and could be a legal requirement, depending on the trader’s business.

Motor trade premises insurance covers the trader’s buildings, contents and tools and equipment. Whereas a combined cover policy can include all three of the above, plus optional extras, including sales and service indemnity, business stock and interruption, and employer liability. Additionally to this, traders can specify the number of vehicles covered (insurance may be cheaper for smaller businesses that just need to insure one vehicle), public liability, special vehicle cover (classic cars, for example), vehicles for secondary occupations, and demonstration coverage.

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