Finding an Office for A Taxi Firm

When you run your own business, choosing a good premises is vitally important. This is certainly is true if you run a taxi firm and are looking for a new head office.

All the administrative side of things are done from your office so you want to be sure you pick a premises that’s conveniently located and that is secure. Below are some of the most important things to consider when looking for an office for your taxi firm.

Things to consider

  • Location – Location is extremely important when choosing an office for your taxi firm. Ideally your office will be located on high ground and also be in a location that’s convenient for people to get to and with plenty of foot traffic. A good location can make or break a business so you definitely want to take the time to choose a premises that’s well situated.
  • Cost – Cost is another key factor when looking for a new head office. You should think about how much you’re able to spend and also consider renting a location for a few months first so you can decide if you’re happy enough with it to buy it.
  • Security – If a building has good security features already in place then this is a great bonus. Things like security lights, a security alarm and working CCTV all help to make a building much more secure and will also lower the cost of your insurance.

Getting insurance

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When you run a taxi firm you have a few different options when it comes to getting insurance. You can choose to get a combined motor trade insurance policy that will cover all your vehicles as well as your premises, stock, tools and cash.

The other option is to get a separate building insurance policy for your office and get your vehicles covered by a taxi fleet insurance policy. Which is the better option will depend and usually it will come down to which is the least expensive. Whichever you decide, you should always make sure you get plenty of quotes from different insurance providers.

Some great ways to save money on taxi fleet insurance include –

  • Be selective with your drivers
  • Limit cover options
  • Pay annually rather than monthly
  • Get quotes from many insurance providers