If several people need to drive your business van, you need insurance that covers multiple drivers.

Most policies only cover one driver, but you can find multi driver van insurance using this comparison.

Who can get van insurance for any driver?

You could get any driver cover with:

  • Commercial van insurance: For example if you run a business with several employees.

  • Personal van insurance: For example if you only use your van for social and domestic use.

How many drivers you can add to a policy varies between insurers, but some cover up to four people to drive the same van.

How to find the right cover

When you have found van insurance that lets you add multiple drivers, make sure the rest of the policy offers what you need. Some policies offer cover for:

  • Any tools you carry for work so they will be protected if lost or damaged by fire, theft or an accident.

  • Goods you transport, for example if you run a delivery service. These will be covered against damage or theft while being transported in your van.

  • Trailers you attach to your van against damage, loss and theft.

Work out what cover you need from your van insurance before you use this comparison to find quotes. You can find everything that van insurance covers here.

Any driver van insurance FAQs

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Is any driver van insurance more expensive?

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It may cost more than a policy for one driver, however it will probably be much cheaper than buying several separate policies for the same van.

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Who can I add to an any driver policy?

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Check the policy because there may be age restrictions, for example you can only add drivers over 21. Anybody you add must have a full UK driving licence.

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Is van insurance different to car insurance?

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Both types of policy cover the same things, however van insurance can protect vehicles used commercially and cover their contents, e.g. tools.

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How do I make a van insurance claim?

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You need to call your insurer on their claims line, which is on your policy documents. The process should be the same as making a car insurance claim.

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Does it cost to make a claim?

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Yes, you usually have to pay an excess if you make a claim on your van insurance policy.

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Can I cancel the policy if I change my mind?

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Yes, you have a 14 day cooling off period which means you can cancel and get your premium refunded. However, you may be charged an admin fee.

About our van insurance comparison

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Who do we include in this comparison?

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We include commercial van insurance policies available from our panel of insurers and brokers. They are all regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA). Here is more information about how our website works.

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How do we make money from our comparison?

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We have commercial agreements with some of the companies in this comparison and get paid commission if we help you take out one of their products or services. Find out more here.

You do not pay any extra and the deal you get is not affected.