HGV Insurance

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If you drive a Heavy Goods Vehicle (HGV), you need to insure it as you do with any other vehicle on the road. However, the difference is the type of insurance you will require, HGV Insurance, as they need specialist cover. As a result, often regular insurance providers don’t offer cover for HGVs. Here at Alternative Insurance Brokers, we can source and provide the correct insurance for your HGV. We can even build you a package to add to your cover, including goods in transit and liability cover.

At Alternative Insurance Brokers, we believe in building policies for individuals. We will spend time getting to know you and our business so that we can provide you with cover that meet your individual needs.

Cover Details

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Goods In Transit Insurance

Public and Employer’s Liability Insurance

HI-AB Cover

Moffett Cover

What We Offer

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We offer immediate cover

Flexible payment schemes

Wide panel of insurers available

Specialist team with years of experience on HGVs

HGV Insurance FAQs

What is HGV Insurance for?

HGV insurance is for people who drive a commercial vehicle to deliver their own or someone else’s goods. These could be all kinds of goods – from pens to heavy machinery, and can even include frozen foods.

Can I get insurance without an operators license?

You need to have an operators license to be able to use a HGV so we cannot offer insurance to people without operator’s licences. We are also unable to offer insurance to people using someone else’s licence.

Which vehicles will HGV insurance cover?

Our insurance covers many types of vehicles – from 7.5 tonne trucks up to 44 tonne lorries. Give us a call, and give us your vehicle’s details. We’ll be able to tell you if we can cover it.

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