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Patons Taxi Insurance & Fleet Insurance UK

Patons Insurance is an independent, family-owned insurance broker, which is part of the Patons Group, established in 1957. Specialising in providing competitive Taxi Insurance, Taxi Fleet Insurance and Fleet Insurance policies to customers, we offer a wide range of products from sustainable insurance companies, giving you the peace of mind when insuring your taxi or fleet with us. With additional services including Breakdown and Legal Expenses Cover, we make sure that you’re in safe hands. We have 8 offices based in key regions across the UK, so you’re not dealing with a call centre far from home, you’re dealing with local people who have unrivalled, local knowledge. We also pride ourselves on providing industry recognised, excellent service. Get a quote online, via the phone or by dropping in to your local Patons office and have confidence in the company protecting your livelihood.

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We can offer you competitive hire and reward insurance for private and public hire vehicles. Whether you're a new taxi driver or you've been driving for years, we can help.

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Earn up to £50 every time you recommend a friend! If you know someone who is due for renewal, or somebody who is looking for a new Taxi Insurance policy, simply log into your account or use the Patons Insurance App. Don't forget, there's no limit to the number of people that you can recommend while you are a customer of ours. If you're a taxi base and want to help your drivers find competitive insurance, call us about joining our taxi base introducer scheme.

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0333 015 6886

Monday - Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: Closed
Offices in Glasgow, Manchester, Liverpool, London, Newcastle, Edinburgh, Middlesbrough and Dundee

Latest News

Will commuters turn to e-scooters instead of taxis?

The journey to work seems to get worse each day and commuters are trying to find new ways to beat the queues, with one in five turning to e-scooters instead of taxis and their own cars. This could be good news for the drive to reduce emissions and improve air quality.