As a self-employed cold or hot food delivery driver, your car or bike is your business and, if you don’t have the right insurance policy, you risk your vehicle being seized by the Police and you may find you’re not covered in the event of a claim.
Our partners work with some of the leading specialist insurance companies to find you some great quotes at realistic prices. Simply fill in your details on their one-page form and our partners will do all the leg work for you, helping you save you money on your insurance costs.
As a delivery driver, insurance for your car or bike can be more expensive compared to standard insurance policies. Apart from fuel and the cost of your vehicle, your insurance policy is likely to be one of your biggest business costs and getting a good deal is therefore one of the first steps to making your business profitable. The reason this type of insurance is higher is because delivery drivers are considered a higher risk. As you know your job involves spending a lot of time on the road covering a lot of miles in sometimes difficult and challenging driving conditions, sometimes in risky areas. The best advice is shop around for the right cover at the right price.
You can’t afford to be without insurance!
Goods in Transit Cover
You are responsible for the goods that you carry. Including goods in transit insurance as part of your policy will insure you against any kind of loss or damage that could happen while transporting goods. As every delivery driver carries deferent kind of goods you really need to speak to someone about this. Our partners have trained advisors who are courier specialists and know all the right questions to ask to get you covered.
Who Could You Work For?
A self-employed delivery driver or rider might work for a number of different companies.
- UberEats – Food delivery service from the people behind ride sharing app Uber
- Fast food and takeaway – Whether it’s pizza, curry, chinese or something else, you’ll need to make sure you have the right insurance policy for your car, motorbike, scooter or bicycle.