Oakhurst Launches new Oakhurst Heavy Commercial Vehicle policy

17 July 2013 Oakhurst

Leading insurer Oakhurst Insurance Company Limited aims to set the ultimate standard in the heavy commercial vehicle insurance industry with the launch of their new Oakhurst Heavy Commercial Vehicle policy. This policy has been specifically created to pro

Oakhurst will be able to assist potential clients with a tailor-made insurance policythat provides competitive premiums and low excess structures for trucks up to 15 000kgs, trailers and special type vehicles. This includes:

• The option of Comprehensive Cover; Third Party, Fire and Theft; Third Party Only; or Down Time Cover (for when your trucks are not in use)

• The option of Market, Trade, Retail or Agreed value

• The Commercial Smart-Box

• Fleet management assistance

• Driver death and personal accident benefits

• Stress free towing and storage

• Excellent policy and claims service

• One policy which covers vehicles and Goods in Transit(in conjunction with another leading underwriter)

The heavy vehicle transportation industry requires specialist cover beyond just the insurance of their vehicles. Our cover includes the Commercial Smart-Box, which functions as a state of the art fleet management system for our clients, providing an analysis of their drivers’ behaviour, as well as Goods in Transit cover of up to R300 000 to cover the goods they are transporting.

“We understand the challenges that companies in the transport industry face. With the launch of the Oakhurst Heavy Commercial Vehicle policy, we will be able to set the ultimate standard in the heavy commercial vehicle insurance industry by providing specialised, tailor-made insurance solutions for the heavy vehicle market,” says Marina van der Walt, product specialist at Oakhurst.

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