Stirling taxi insurance will always come with the option of including plenty of extras into your policy. While these can often increase the premiums there’s no denying that they can be hugely beneficial, so here’s how to use those extras included in you taxi insurance Stirling to your advantage.
To start with, make sure that you’ve got all the extras that you think you’re going to need. Things like replacement car cover should always be included so that you’re not out of work if your car’s being repaired after an accident on the way to Stirling Castle. Others, such as breakdown assistance and windscreen cover are also essential considerations, and don’t forget things like legal and medical expenses and loss of income protection.
Loss of income protection means that you’re not out of pocket if you can’t work for any reason, and given that being a taxi driver often means that you’re self-employed (and probably won’t get sick pay) it’s a great extra to include in your Stirling taxi insurance policy.
It’s important to remember that although having these extras in your Stirling taxi insurance policy could increase your premiums, in the long run you’ll be paying out an awful lot more if you don’t have them. If you have to get a replacement car or breakdown assistance off your own back then you’ll probably end up paying far more, and equally by not having loss of income protection you’ve left yourself vulnerable to serious financial consequences.
So, always make sure to have the extras included in your Stirling taxi insurance policy that you’re going to get the most out of, and remember that you’re bound to need them at one time or another. Use them to your advantage and don’t end up paying extra by always having those essential back-ups in place.
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