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How To Find Cheap Van Insurance

Click the Quote button above to compare van insurance quotes from multiple insurance companies in just a few minutes. Whether your van is for commercial or social use it can be pricey to insure. We regularly speak to people whose van is worth less than the cost of their annual insurance cover, so it makes good sense to compare costs for a better deal.

Quote Goat makes it so easy – the quote button takes you to a simple form, provided by an FCA regulated company. If you have all your information to hand it shouldn’t take more than 5 minutes to fill out, then you’ll instantly be shown quotes for van insurance from a whole range of insurers.

Half of the customers using this comparison tool are quoted less than £350* for van insurance. You could be too!

To get your quote and potentially save money today, click the button below to begin. Don’t forget to tell us how much money you save!

*50% of customers who purchased Van Insurance
through this service provided by Seopa were quoted less than £350 (Feb ’16 Sales).

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Additional Information When You Compare Van Insurance

Types of Van Insurance

Just like insuring a car, van insurance is available with different types of cover which are briefly explained below:

Fully Comprehensive Cover

This type of van insurance tends to offer cover for the driver, the van and any property, given that it is “comprehensive” it is generally thought to be the most expensive type of van insurance policy. However, when you compare van insurance make sure you get a quote for all three types of cover as it can often be cheaper to have fully comprehensive van insurance.

Third Party, Fire and Theft

Typically cheaper than comprehensive and more expensive than third party, Third Party, Fire & Theft cover offers the protection provided by standard third party insurance (details below) as well as cover for theft of the vehicle along with fire damage.

Third Party

You would expect third party to be the cheapest insurance option, providing basic cover that is legally required in the United Kingdom. It could be a good policy for a low value van or of course if you have a tight budget.

Third Party basically covers the other driver in an incident and no damage to your own vehicle so if you do opt for the cheaper insurance option, make sure you bare in the mind the cost of fixing your own vehicle should the need ever arise.

However we recommend that you also get a quote for fully comprehensive as, although it goes against logic, it can be cheaper to go for fully comprehensive. Given this, it is definitely worth checking the prices for both types.

When you compare van insurance and find a policy you want to buy, this can be paid for in full for the year and in monthly direct debits payments so please be aware of this when trying to decide which cover is best for you.

What Information is Required When You Compare Van Insurance Quotes?

What Van Is It?

To compare van insurance quotes you will need to know the make and model of your vehicle. You will also need to provide information on any modifications that have been made.


If you are unsure of the information required above you can most likely find the information in your V5C paperwork. Equally, previous insurance policies will usually mention most of the info you will need for a quote.

Driving Offences

It is critical that you are honest about any driving offences that have been committed when you are get a van insurance quote. If you are unsure on these details you can find them on Gov’s licence information website.

Tips To Keep Van Insurance Costs Down

One of the best ways to keep your premium low is to simply compare van insurance quotes! If you rely on just one quote then you will never know how much you could save.

Type of Van

If you do not already own a van then make sure you understand the different insurance categories for a van and know which category your van sits in.

Additional Security

Improving security on your van can help reduce insurance costs so you may want to consider having an immobiliser fitted, a tracking device or an approved alarm.

Lower Miles

If you are able to keep your mileage to a minimum then your insurance premium may be reduced, reflecting the reduced amount of time you are spending on the roads.

Size of Van

Make sure you have a vehicle that suits your needs as the bigger it is, the more likely you are to pay higher premiums.

Parked Location

If you can keep your van of the street and in a private car parking area you see lower quotes coming in. Again this is not always possible.