An expert in rural insurance cover, Lycetts helps farming clients protect their vehicles from theft and damage. A wide variety of farm vehicle insurance is available, depending on the size and nature of your fleet – from single commercial vehicles through to heavy goods vehicles and special terrain vehicles.
Our dedicated motor broking and claims team can provide a personal and experienced level of service to ensure the correct cover for your vehicle or fleet, taking into account the full needs of your business.
While some brokers will insist on separate policies for private, commercial and agricultural vehicles, at Lycetts we are able to combine vehicles into one farm motor insurance policy as your business grows.
We can also provide cover for any trailer or agricultural implement towed by a motor vehicle or transported on the front or rear of an agricultural vehicle. Cover provided will be at the same level as the towing vehicle.
Like all our services, farm motor cover is provided on a personalised basis via a dedicated account handler who will address every aspect of your motoring insurance needs. With a flexible, one-to-one approach and access to some of the best cover on the market, we add money-cant-buy value to clients seeking a competitive motor insurance policy.
In addition, please note the following guidelines:
If you or your driver is to be prosecuted for an offence following an accident, send a copy of the summons to Lycetts (in most circumstances your insurance company will be prepared to defend the action on your behalf and pay costs incurred with their consent).
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