Running a taxi base requires comprehensive taxi company insurance to ensure protection against unforeseen events that could lead to claims being made against you. Taxi offices face a number of risks that require protection to ensure business continuity.
Typically, taxi office insurance can cover a variety of risks, and protects your contents and premises as well as clients and staff. Public liability insurance can safeguard your business against potentially large claims, should a member of the public fall over and sustain an injury at your premises. It can also cover any associated medical and legal costs.
If you employ staff, then employers' liability insurance is required by law to protect your employees during the course of their employment. Injury claims can be costly, so making sure you have comprehensive insurance in place is a must for any taxi business.
Protecting your assets is key to ensuring you can work without worry, and being safe in the knowledge that if the worst happens, you’re covered. Taxi company insurance can also include business interruption insurance, meaning that if you were to suffer damage at your property as a result of an insured event your income and expenses would be protected while you get back up and running. This cover could also help you trade temporarily from another location while you get back on your feet.
Adding commercial legal expenses to insurance offers cover against employment disputes and compensation awards, commercial tenancy disputes, jury service allowance and tax and VAT disputes.
Having spent many years arranging taxi office insurance for hundreds of clients, we’ve got to know the industry and the covers that you need most. Every business is unique, and we recognise that one size does not necessarily fit all.
That's why we’re on hand to make arranging your insurance simple and hassle-free. You can compare quotes online in a matter of minutes or speak to our advisors for professional recommendations and advice to safeguard your taxi business.