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Cheap Catering Van Insurance


If you are a start-up business, a one person operation or an existing catering van business, it is always advisable to make sure you have the correct insurance for your circumstances. Operating a UK mobile catering van comes with huge responsibilities and there are many levels of coverage aimed at protecting you, your equipment and your customers.

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Here at Quotezone, we compare insurance policies provided by our panel of UK insurance providers. To get started, all you have to do is fill in our simple one step online form with some details about yourself and your catering van insurance requirements. We will then pass this information on to our panel members, who will get in touch with you directly to discuss your individual insurance requirements.

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