From Part Time Motor Trade Insurance to Full Time

If you are considering moving from being a 2 day a week / weekend trader and going from a part time to a full time motor trade insurance policy, then there are a few things to consider. The things to consider are not all to do with the policy you are looking at –  have you got a business plan? How successful do you need to be in month 1, month 2 etc. to keep your salary coming in – as opposed to it being an addition to your wage when you were part-time? How much will your monthly bills be? There are a range of things to consider when thinking about going into the motor trade full time.

For any insurance type questions then give us a call at Think Insurance on the number above and we will be happy to give you some well rounded independent advice on the subject. The old saying ‘learn to walk before you run’ is very appropriate in the case when you are thinking about going full-time. Although you have experience at being a part timer this does not mean the transition to full time will be easy. You may have felt like you have learned to ‘walk’ being a part-timer but as you try and ‘run’ into being a full timer you are then putting all your eggs in one basket. By doing this you increase the pressure on yourself and if you have not planned properly things can start to go wrong pretty quickly.

There is lots of free advice out there and the government sponsored Business Link is a great place to start when trying to plan an upscale in your activities. As mentioned before if you need guidance on the full time motor trade insurance policies available then give our friendly and reliable team a call today.

Think Insurance can provide you with a cheap insurance quote today, whether you are looking for a motor trade, home, taxi or commercial insurance policy, leave your details and we will contact you.

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