Young fleet drivers – we’ve got it covered
For your customers who operate fleets of 3 to 12 vehicles* our Minifleet product provides a perfect solution for fully comprehensive, third party fire & theft, or third party only cover.
For many SMEs, young employees and apprentices are a valuable asset and represent the future and growth of the business. That’s why we’ve developed our Minifleet product to include young drivers aged between 18 and 20 years old.
Young drivers are for business use and will be named only. You will be requested to provide names, dates of birth and details of any previous convictions. Drivers aged 17 or any driver aged 18-20 who have not held a licence for at least 12 months are not acceptable. Only 1 young driver is allowed where there are fewer than 8 vehicles on the policy and only 2 young drivers where there are 8-12 vehicles.
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To accommodate the inclusion of young drivers, we have added an option under the ‘Driving entitlement required’ field. You should select ‘Any Driver – Excluding drivers under 21 other than those named’. This will generate a referral, however to speed up the referral process, please ensure the driver details are provided by including these in the ‘Additional notes’ section.
A Minifleet policy can cater for a wide range of vehicle types, from cars and motorcycles to trucks and agricultural vehicles. It includes third party property damage as standard (up to £20m for cars/motorcycles and up to £5m for all other vehicle types), and any repairs guaranteed for three years when using an Aviva approved repairer.
*Vehicles included on the Minifleet policy must not be used for any hire & reward purposes and at least 50% must be trucks, vans or cars.
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