3 Benefits to comparing costs of minibus insurance

If you are planning on getting a minibus for your business or personal use, then you must not forget about its’ insurance. A lot of vehicle owners tend to ignore the importance of securing minibus insurance. Thus, when a driver ends up with accidents on the road, they don’t have any coverage for the damages for both their car and the other party’s vehicle. Additionally, vehicle owners who don’t have insurance for their vehicles end up with criminal liabilities because driving a vehicle without insurance is illegal in any country. So if you don’t want to end up with both financial and criminal liabilities, getting an insurance plan for your minibus should be on your checklist when buying one.

However, getting an insurance plan for your minibus is not an easy task. There are a lot of companies and even agents that will try to offer you their insurance deals the moment you visit a car dealer. There are also those car dealers that pair up with insurance agents and include an insurance plan in their prices. These deals are not necessarily fair or good, the best way for you to ensure that you will be getting the best insurance for you is to initially say “no”. Insurance plans come in different forms and prices. Regular payments differ depending on the kind of insurance you have, thus it is very important that you compare the insurance and their costs. To further elaborate, below are 3 benefits to comparing insurance costs;

  •  Ensure that you get the right insurance for you

There are mainly two major categories of insurance for vehicles; one for personal use and one for commercial use. It is very important that you know the purpose of your vehicle, should you choose the wrong one, you will end up with a small amount of coverage that won’t be enough to cover the risks of accidents and potential injury.

For instance, if you are going to use your minibus for personal use then there are three types of insurance under the personal use category. First, the personal comprehensive insurance which will cover the costs of the damage to both the other party and your vehicle regardless of whoever caused the accident and damages. Second is the third-party fire and theft insurance which will only cover the costs of damages “you caused” to the other party. It will not cover the costs of damages to your vehicle. Plus, this insurance will also cover costs should your vehicle catch fire or stolen. Lastly, the lowest level of personal insurance is the third-party only insurance which basically covers the costs of damages you caused to a third-party.

  •  Drive without fear of getting caught

As mentioned above, it is illegal to drive a vehicle without insurance. To further elaborate, it is illegal to drive without the right kind of insurance. Thus, if you are using a vehicle for business use but the insurance you have is for personal, then you will definitely not just lose your license but also your business permits and certificates. Your vehicle could also be impounded until the problem is solved.

  •  Smart Investments

Insurance is sometimes considered as investment, but investments are only considered as such if they have “significant future value.” Thus, what is the use of investing in the wrong insurance? You won’t be getting much aside from the other costs you will incur. And of course, a good insurance deal increases the value of your car, so it is always best to shop around and get minibus quotes from multiple companies.


~ by velofinds on September 1, 2009.