Looking for the right driving school insurance or driving instructor insurance is not always straightforward. Whether you are a PDI or ADI, there are lots of different options to think about. It can be tricky to know exactly what you need. And once you are clear, your next task will be to discover where to find this level of cover at the best price.
Our driving school insurance team makes the task of finding quality insurance at the best price a whole lot easier. We’ll give you free advice and talk you through what you need. And then we’ll negotiate low prices with a large number of insurance providers. That way, we’ll be sure that we’ve found you the best price deal on cover you can count on.
Getting down to business
Firstly, becoming a driving instructor can be one of the most satisfying and rewarding of professions. If you’re a great communicator, patient, love to inspire people and are a good driver as well then it’s a perfect career choice for you.
But it’s not simply a matter of qualifying as a DSA-approved instructor, sticking a large L-sign on the top of your car, and off you go. There’s actually a lot more to being a driving instructor than you may think. You’re running your own business, so you’ll need to be on the ball when it comes to the paperwork too, and that includes your driving school insurance cover.
What insurance do I need?
The specialist insurance market has come a long way in recent years. It is now possible to put together driving school insurance packages that cover everything from public liability insurance through to dual control car cover that’s specially designed to insure modified driving school vehicles.
You will also need to consider additional insurance such as personal liability insurance, which could protect you financially should a third party decide to take out a compensation claim against you personally. If you run a school and employ other instructors then you will need employer’s liability insurance. Finally, for your own peace of mind, it may also be a good idea to take out loss of earnings insurance. This covers you financially if you can’t work for any length of time but have a home or family to take care of.
What types of driving instructor insurance and driving school insurance can we help you with?
Our expert team will guide you through all your options for driving school insurance cover. You can decide what is most important to you and your business. And you can pick and choose the level of cover to suit your budget.
This could include:
- Driving instructor car insurance
- Dual-controlled car insurance (including replacement dual-control vehicle if yours is being fixed regardless of fault)
- ADI insurance (full or part-time)
- PDI insurance (full or part-time)
- Driving school insurance
- Fleet insurance
- Breakdown cover for driving instructors
- Gap insurance for dual-controlled cars
- Public liability insurance for driving instructors
- Business premises insurance
- Equipment cover
- Off-road tuition
Do I need a specialist insurance provider?
Running a driving school or becoming an independent driving instructor is considered a risky job by many general insurance companies. All insurance is calculated by balancing risk. That means you may discover that the price for insurance cover that you’re offered on the high street is high.
You can normally save money by approaching a specialist insurance company, which really understands your business and the likely risks involved. But where do you start to look? Finding out who to contact and what to ask for can be daunting if you are just starting out. If you’d rather spend your time on the road earning money, use a specialist broker like Park insurance to find you the best-priced deal.
Opting for specialist insurance won’t just get you a better price deal. It’s also designed to take account of your special needs. That means you can arrange cover that will help your business to thrive. For example, you can opt for cover that ensures you’ll get a replacement dual-control car if yours is at the garage being fixed following an accident. And that means you can keep working, whatever happens.
We can give you independent, impartial advice on exactly what level of cover you need for your peace of mind. And we’ll put together a package that suits your exact needs. That means you pay only for the cover you do need and don’t waste cash on anything you don’t.
Why choose Park Insurance for driving school insurance?
Park Insurance is one of the most highly respected specialist insurance brokers in the UK for your peace of mind. We’ve been helping driving instructors and driving schools to find the right insurance at the best price for 30 years. That means you can be confident that the cover we find can be trusted.
As independent brokers, we’re not tied to any one insurance company. That means we’re free to shop around on your behalf to find you the best price. You’ll also benefit from our close industry links. We’ve spent years building up strong relationships with some of the UK’s largest insurance providers. Our status as a preferred broker to many of these firms means that we can negotiate the best deals on your behalf. And that results in even better prices to give you complete cover and total peace of mind.
Hassle-free insurance so you can concentrate on the day job
And we’re not just about finding you cheap driving school insurance. Our accredited and fully qualified advisers are here to offer you impartial, up to date, and accurate advice that will help you make the right decision about your insurance cover. And if you do need to make a claim, our claims handlers will sort it all out for you to make life easier. If you have an accident or your vehicle is stolen, we’ll quickly and efficiently get things organised so you can get back on the road working as soon as possible.
Whether you’re just starting your career as a driving instructor or if you have your own, well-established school, call Park Insurance today on 0117 9556835 or fill in the quick quote form below. Find out how we can help you find the best deals on driving school insurance packages today.
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