Chauffeur insurance for executive vehicles
What insurance do I need to be a chauffeur?
Whether you are a chauffeur to executives, tourists or VIPs, your ability to transport customers reliably to their destination in comfort and style in your high-net-worth vehicle is everything. Chauffeur driven executive vehicle insurance is your safety net, ensuring you can keep your vehicles and business running if unexpected issues strike.
- Keep your business moving
If a vehicle is affected by fire, theft, or accident, you will have access to the funds and advice you need to get back on the road quickly.
- Access specialist insurance cover
Get the cover you need to operate with confidence, backed by support of a global leader in insurance and risk management.*
- Expert advice and insight
Access the latest training, information and legislation advice from insurance, risk management, and health and safety specialists.
Our chauffeur insurance for executive vehicles experts are here to help
Our expert team is always ready to work with you to understand exactly the risks you face and the protection you need, before finding the insurance solutions that meet your specific business needs.
Chauffeur insurance for executive vehicles features
Thanks to our close relationships with leading and specialist insurers, we are able to secure quality insurance cover, with notable features including:
- Cover for all drivers aged 25 to 75.
- Protected no claims discount option.
- Cover for chauffeur services.
- Competitive cover for rural and urban areas.
- Optional £1 million to £5 million public liability cover.
- Cover for both single vehicle and multi-vehicle policies (up to 5 vehicles).
- Stand-alone breakdown cover available.
*Minimum vehicle value £25,000.
Tourism and sightseeing
Our insurance solutions are ideal for companies that offer chauffeur-driven sightseeing tours throughout the UK. So, whether you offer personal guided tours over a single day or for ten days, through the Yorkshire Dales scenery or amongst the castles, lochs, and distilleries of Scotland, we have the cover you need. Please note you must use the vehicle in conjunction with your licencing authority rules unless based in Scotland.
Hospitality and VIP events
If you offer chauffeur-driven luxury vehicles ‒ from limousines to hummers ‒ for weddings, parties and other special occasions, our chauffeur insurance could be right for you. We can cover a wide range of events, from hen dos and birthdays to school prom nights (excluding weddings), to help you ensure your clients travel in style.
Corporate and executive travel
Make sure you can be relied upon to get your business clients from A to B in comfort and on time. Our insurance package is designed to help you deliver a business class service with confidence.
If you operate chauffeur or executive travel services to and from the UK’s seaports you need to be on time, every time. Find the cover you need to make sure you can be relied on to get your clients there in style.
More and more holiday-makers and travellers want to avoid the trauma of airport parking and instead start their holidays in style and comfort with chauffeur-driven luxury transport. So, whether you operate airport meet and greets or operate as a private jet chauffeur, make sure you have the cover you need.
Keep the wheels turning and make sure your VIP guests can rely on you to deliver the service they expect, when they expect – whether you’re offering meet and greet services from the office, train station, hotel, golf course or race day.
Luxury travel in a prestige vehicle
Your prestige vehicle is the cornerstone of your chauffeur and executive travel business. Make sure you give it the protection it deserves, with chauffeur insurance or executive vehicle insurance that’s tailored to you.
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