What Is Valeters Insurance?
Find out more about Valeters insurance and what it covers.
What Is Valeters Insurance And What Does It Cover?
Valeter insurance is specifically designed to cover professional valeters and detailers, working from fixed premised, working from home, or offering a mobile valeting service. A valeter insurance policy can cover you to drive customers’ vehicles as well as your own, and can also protect you against accidental damage, loss or theft of stock, tools, equipment and money. Read below for full details on valeters insurance and what it covers.
Valeter Insurance Explained
Valeter insurance is provided specifically for valeters or detailers that are either contracted to a motor dealer or garage and working from other people’s premises, or working from home or own premises, dealing directly with the public. Valeters may need insurance to cover driving different types of cars with differing engine sizes, values and specifications.
Valeters will also need Public and Employers’ Liability cover due to the fact that much of the work can include chemicals and cleaning products, which could pose a health risk if used incorrectly, or could also cause damage to the vehicles being worked on. Depending on the size and set up of your business, Valeters insurance can also provide protection for your tools, cleaning equipment, machinery, offices, money and business interruption.
So what can Valeters insurance cover?
- Tools & Equipment
- Damage to vehicles worked upon
- Flexible customer vehicle indemnity limits
- Goods in Transit cover
- Multiple drivers
- Employers’ Liability
- Public Liability
- Sales & Service Indemnity
- Stock & money held
- Business Interruption
- Drivers with convictions & claims
How To Get A Quote?
Want to find out more, speak to an expert or get a Valeters insurance quote? Call our specialist team on 0800 221 8077 or click Get a Quote below to find out how much you could save.
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