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(PRWEB UK) 25 June 2013
Autonet Insurance has always been dedicated to securing competitive annual premiums within the van insurance market. This is why they are one of the largest independently owned van insurance brokers in the country. Their continued relationship building with market leaders such as Aviva and AXA, coupled with a wealth of experience and in depth knowledge of the industry has yet again proved to be the perfect recipe for the start of 2013.
Recent figures show the younger generation of van drivers (who some say are harder to insure due to their inexperience) have seen insurance premiums drop even further compared to figures that were produced last year by Autonet Insurance.
The overall average for this particular category from January to May 2012 for van insurance was £1646. Compared to figures this year, the broker has seen a massive decrease resulting in males under the age of 22 paying an average of £1268 for their van insurance. This is a huge difference of 23% and very pleasing for both the customer and provider.
These figures represent influential movements in the van insurance market but also indicate potential concessions and incentives that Autonet Insurance can offer to their customers. They have always strived to not only increase the amount of underwriters on their panel, but have also focused heavily in customer relations and the delivery of their products and services.
Ian Donaldson, the companies Managing Director said: “These figures are very pleasing. It is renowned within the industry that younger drivers find sourcing cheaper insurance premiums harder and harder. Our efforts to drive premiums down have obviously paid off and we will adapt our strategies so these savings can hopefully continue throughout 2013.”
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