Fleet Insurance and Assistance in the UK, plus the PartnerBASE™ dataset and market data file that accompanies it, is about the market for and distribution of motor insurance, road assistance and GAP insurance for fleets of both passenger cars and commercial vehicles in the UK. It provides data for the size and growth of the underlying vehicle fleets as well as premiums written for fleet motor insurance and road assistance in the UK for the period from 2012 to 2016, plus forecasts for 2020. Moreover, the series breaks down this market on a standardised basis across various segments as follows:
by vehicle type between passenger cars, light commercial vehicles, heavy commercial vehicles, and buses and coaches;
specifically for passenger cars, by type of insurance buyer between car clubs, car hire firms, driving schools, the motor trade, operating lease firms, taxi and private hire firms, and other fleets;
specifically for commercial vehicles (light and heavy), by type of insurance buyer between courier and postal service firms, the motor trade, operating lease firms, removal firms, road haulage for customers, road haulage on own account, van and lorry hire firms, and other fleets.
Note in this context that ‘other fleets’ refers to fleet vehicles operated for their own use by a variety of types of private and public sector organisation other than those listed and who arrange their own insurance.
In addition, an extra segmentation of the UK market is provided by fleet size between micro fleets (with three to five vehicles), small fleets (with six to 50 vehicles), medium fleets (with 51 to 500 vehicles), large fleets (with 501 to 5,000 vehicles), and very large fleets (with more than 5,000 vehicles).
Furthermore, on the basis of a survey covering over 130 such entities, the research identifies schemes for fleet motor insurance and road assistance in the UK set up by car clubs, leasing brokers, leasing companies, minicab app services, peer-to-peer car sharing schemes, ride sharing schemes, trade associations and vehicle hire companies, with brokers, underwriters and assistance providers. Finally, for fleet GAP insurance, affinity schemes are researched for leasing brokers, leasing companies and trade associations only.
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