As of 2015, companies offering insurance quotes for fleet vans online, by phone and through agents include Progressive Commercial, Geico, Liberty Mutual and Nationwide Mutual Insurance. Policies include liability insurance that covers physical injuries and property damage others suffer when a policyholder causes an accident, notes Progressive Commercial. Physical damage coverage protects policyholders' commercial vans if they suffer accident damage. Fleet coverage is available for vehicles including delivery, cargo, wheelchair, passenger and step vans.Continue Reading
Geico's fleet van coverage, discounts, features and payment plans vary from state to state, explains the company. Generally, policyholders can pay their premiums under a range of monthly plans or pay the premium in full. Geico accepts online payments by checks and credit cards and payments by phone. Other options include automatic payments by credit cards or checking accounts and payments through MoneyGram and Western Union.
Liberty Mutual Insurance covers fleet vans that are leased, hired, owned and unowned, notes the company. In addition to liability insurance, coverage is available for lease gaps and for business drivers who do not have personal auto insurance policies.
Nationwide Mutual Insurance Company and its affiliates offer fleet van insurance for light trucks up to 5 tons, such as parcel vans, explains Nationwide. The way a business uses its van fleet affects the insurance cost. Coverage for service vans, such as heating and air conditioning contractors' vans, costs less than coverage for vans florists, dry cleaners and other retailers use. Insurance for business-to-business delivery vans is the most expensive coverage.Learn more about Vehicle Insurance