Lockton provides cost-effective, made-to-measure insurance policies for your motor trade vehicles. Backed by 20 years’ experience in the motor trade sector, our experts work with you to build reliable, watertight policies, designed to meet your unique needs.

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Bespoke insurance for your trade vehicles

Lockton provides cost-effective, made-to-measure insurance policies for your motor trade vehicles. Backed by 20 years’ experience in the motor trade sector, our experts work with you to build reliable, watertight policies, designed to meet your unique needs.

In tandem with world-leading motor trade insurers, Lockton’s brokers will help you put together a tailored insurance solution that reduces your risk exposures and protects your business from harm.

What we bring to your business

  • Lockton’s dedicated, experienced account managers offer unrivalled support and bespoke solutions to meet the needs of your business. We understand the unique challenges of your industry and we’re well placed to help you find the best possible protection.

  • Our joined-up approach to risk management, claims management and negotiations with the insurance market means that we enable our clients to understand where the issues are, take greater control of their motor trade risk and reduce the cost to their business.

  • Our approach is understood and respected by service providers in the motor industry. We have a tried-and tested strategy that engenders trust and cooperation to the benefit of our clients.

  • Lockton’s involvement means that you will receive an improved service with those providers.

Our services

  • Material damage

  • Business interruption

  • Public/products liability

  • Service indemnity

  • Employer’s liability

  • Road risk

  • Professional indemnity (PI)

Motor Trade Combined Cover

Bespoke insurance for your trade vehicles

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Motor Contacts

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Louise Hughes

Head of Commercial Affinity
louise.hughes@lockton.com
+353 1 858 5224

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