Mobile Dog Groomer Insurance

About Mobile Dog Groomer Insurance

Van

Commercial insurance solutions for mobile dog groomers

Liability and goods in transit cover is also available for your mobile dog grooming business

Flexibility

Additional covers available

We can provide additional covers including RAC Breakdown Cover and legal expenses

Money

Earn a no-claims bonus

If you don't claim for 12 months, you may be eligible for a no-claims bonus

Direct Debit

Pay for your specialist van insurance by Direct Debit

You can split your payment into instalments

Features of Mobile Dog Groomer Insurance

Standard cover

Mobile dog groomer insurance tailored for you

Our panel of insurers means we can compare multiple risks, saving you time and money by avoiding having to ring round individual insurance companies.

Affordable Mobile Dog Groomer insurance

We have developed outstanding relationships with some of the largest companies in the market, including Aviva, AXA, Allianz and RSA, in order to continue to provide affordable mobile dog groomer insurance policies.

Array of mobile dog groomer cover options

We can offer comprehensive, third-party fire & theft, and third-party only cover for your mobile dog grooming vehicle.

Liability cover also available

Our mobile dog groomer insurance includes liability cover which covers legal costs, giving you peace of mind.

Mobile Dog Groomer Insurance FAQs

Question

What is an immobiliser?

Answer

An electronic immobiliser is a device fitted to the vehicle that disables the engine of your vehicle when it is not in operation by you. Some newer vehicles have these factory fitted by the manufacturer and these are normally shown within your vehicle brochure. It is also possible to have these fitted by a garage or specialist, who would supply a certificate of installation detailing the exact model of your vehicle's immobiliser. A copy of your fitment certificate may be required.

A manual immobiliser is a device which is usually placed on the steering wheel or gear lever of your vehicle.

There are two types of Thatcham graded immobiliser:

T2 = An immobiliser that has been judged to comply to the Thatcham criteria.

T1 = An alarm/immobiliser combination that has been judged to comply to the Thatcham criteria.

Question

Fault and non-fault claims - what is the difference?

Answer

A fault claim is any claim resulting in your own insurer being liable (paying for the claim). For example, you are not to blame for a theft claim but your own insurer would be liable, as they have no other party to recover the costs from.

If your insurer pays for your damages in a claim, for example where a third party hit you, but then re-coups their costs via the third party's insurer, this would be a non-fault claim as your insurer was not liable. Please note that the insurer will only treat it as a non-fault claim once their costs have been recouped.

Question

If I have an accident and I do not wish to make a claim, do I still have to notify my insurer?

Answer

Yes, it is always advisable to tell your insurer of any incident the insured vehicle is involved in, so that your file is always fully updated, even if no claim is to be made. 

Question

Are there any exclusions?

Answer

We have provided a summary of the key features of the policy above. For details of the terms and conditions applicable, please refer to the policy summary and policy wording, which are available during the quotation process.

Question

What is a no claims bonus (NCB)?

Answer

This is a discount awarded for the completion of 12 months of continuous claim free insurance. NCB can only be earned and used in your own name and on one vehicle at a time. NCB is not acceptable if it expired more than 2 years prior to the inception of your new policy. NCB is reduced after a fault claim (please refer to your policy wording for details of NCB reduction). If you are unsure if your NCB is valid you can call our experienced advisers on 0344 892 1664 who will be happy to help and advise you.

Question

What is an insurance excess?

Answer

This is the first part of each claim which you (not your insurer) must pay. There are two types of excess:

Compulsory excess - This is an excess that has been applied as a requirement by your insurer and will vary according to your personal circumstances and the terms of cover provided. A compulsory excess may be required if you drive a particular vehicle or you have inexperienced drivers on your policy. There is also a compulsory excess for fire, theft, windscreen claims or malicious damage.

Voluntary excess - This will apply where you agree with your insurer to pay a greater part of each claim, in addition to your compulsory excess. A voluntary excess can be increased or decreased at your request during your online quotation and it may affect your premium.

Question

Can I pay in instalments?

Answer

Yes, there is an option to pay your insurance premium in full by debit or credit card at no extra cost. Or to help you manage the cost of your insurance premiums, we offer a quick and easy direct debit scheme for spreading payment over ten months. Please visit our dedicated Direct Debit page to find out more.

Question

Does van insurance cost more if I pay my premium in instalments? 

Answer

A variety of payment options are available and the interest transaction charge and annual percentage rate (APR%) vary according to the amount of the premium, the number of monthly instalments and type of premium finance scheme selected. We will give you full details of the additional amount payable, instalment amounts, number of instalments and APR when you ask us for a quotation.

Question

Where can I find more information about monthly Direct Debit? 

Answer

If you want to know more about our monthly payment option, please read our dedicated page on Direct Debit.

How do I make a claim?

When you need to make a claim, we’ll guide you through the process and get your claim settled as quickly as possible.

1.

Find your insurance documents

and make sure you have all your information at hand, including your policy number

2.

Call the claims team

and explain exactly what happened

3.

Provide photos if requested

to help us understand what happened as quickly as we can

Relaxed Person Making Claim