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Amazing new taxi scheme – exclusive to insureTAXI – save at least 25%!

July 25, 2012

insureTAXI launches a number of new schemes to save you money

Following the recent rate increases in the hire and reward market, insureTAXI have been working hard alongside their insurer partners to look for new ways to reduce premiums for their customers.  It’s our mission to be as competitive as possible.

Starting in July 2012, insureTAXI launched a number of new schemes covering drivers who use either telematics technology or cameras.  The schemes could save you at least 25%* on your premium.

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These devices ensure that all the relevant data required to defend a claim is recorded and that future claims costs are accurate and kept to a minimum.  This means that claims are easier for you to process and your insurance is cheaper!

Kevin Catterall, Sales Director of insureTAXI commented “Rising costs, especially for insurance, has proved to be really tough for taxi drivers over the last couple of years.  In recognition of this, insureTAXI have been working especially hard behind the scenes with a number of providers.  We’re delighted to be launching these new schemes into the market place to give taxi drivers and fleet owners more cost-saving options.  Our main objective is to be loyal to our customers and get them the best price possible.

If one of these schemes is not the best option for you, we can still offer great rates.”

To find out more about the new schemes, the brief *T&Cs that apply (see below) and to find out if insureTAXI can save you money on your premium, call 0800 975 4829 or leave your contact details on the taxi insurance quote page for an advisor to call you back to discuss your individual requirements.


Terms and Conditions:

You must qualify for the insurance underwriters camera or telematics scheme to receive the 25% discount. If you qualify, you will receive the discount direct from your premium.

Posted by Tim Crighton