If you work in the Motor Trade, you more than most will know that customers nowadays are demanding more, for less. And if you're a Motor Trade who also demands this from your suppliers and service providers, here are some ways you can get it from your Insurance Broker.
Depending on which part on the Motor Trade you work in you will no doubt have your own individual needs, concerns and worries.
For car manufacturers these could be falling sales, competition from abroad or Government policy changes over CO2 emmissions.
If you are an MOT Station you may still be coming to terms to computerisation.
And for body repairers, bodyshops and garage servicing units your focus maybe on gaining accreditation to the BSI Kitemark scheme or making sure your staff are trained to a certain standard.
The bottom line is you are a Motor Trader you have numerous issues to deal with on a daily basis before you even start to think about your customers and suppliers.
And yet despite this apparant need for people in the Motor Industry to make their lives easier it is suprising to see many traders still choosing to have their Motor Trade Insurance policies with many different insurance brokers and companies rather than under a single Motor Trade Combined Insurance policy.
The result of this is that many Motor Traders pay too much for their insurance and they spend time (that they simply cannot afford to waste) on looking after them.
Here a just a couple of reasons why Motor Traders should seriously consider a Combined Motor Trade Insurance policy when their insurance is next due for renewal:
1. All your risks together. By opting for a Combined policy your vehicles, your staff, your premises and your profits can all be protected under one policy. No longer do you need your buildings insured with one Broker, your Business Interruption and Liabilities with another and your Road Risks with yet another. Just all your risks under a Combined Motor Trade Insurance policy.
2. Time Savings. Gone are the days of many different types of cover with different renewal dates and provided by different companies. Just your Combined Insurance policy with a single renewal date. If you need to make a change you just need to ring one broker rather than hunt around your paperwork to find out who it is insured with. And if you chose the right broker they should ring around all the main Motor Trade Insurance companies to find you the best deal.
3. Money Savings. By putting all your risks under a Combined Motor Trade Insurance policy you can very often benefit from savings on your premiums as many providers offer discounts. At a time when getting value for money from your service providers then making savings by getting a policy that is easier to administer could be just what you need.
Combined Motor Trade Insurance can save you time and save you money and that is why it works.
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