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Business Car Insurance

by Mitko on March 12, 2012


Insurance is a type of risk management used protect against the risk of uncertain loss and liability. Also we can define the term insurance as the reasonable exchange of amount from one entity to another entity. There are many public and private sectors available who offer insurance to people for different coverage. They offer different types of insurance such as health insurance, car insurance, dental insurance, auto insurance and van insurance.

Business car insurance comes under the term vehicle insurance. It is primarily used to provide protection from financial issues against physical damage due to traffic collisions. Nowadays, private car insurance is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world. It deals in cover for the damage caused to an automobile or its parts owing to natural and man-made disaster.

There are number of insurance companies which provide on-the-spot service and online insurance service for their cars in an easy to handle manner. They offer discount schemes for long-term or larger policies. The policy amount for the business vehicle depends on the market value, manufacturing year of the car, and make of the car.

Business car insurance is important if we or our employees use our car for work on a regular basis. The coverage from different insurance providers varies. The coverage depends on medical (funeral expenditure), property (theft or damage), and liability (injury) coverage.

Every business car insurance policies comes under these classes provided by insurance companies. Class 1 provides when use our vehicle in outside of geographical area, away from our work place. Class 2 covers both the owner (policyholder) and the named driver, and finally class 3 covers transportation of goods. It doesn’t include mechanical or electrical breakdowns, depreciation, breakages, failures, or drunken driving.  However additional coverage can be available from some of the providers for an additional fee.

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