Finding the right insurance can be tricky. So, to help out, we've listed all the insurance companies that we've verified provide the correct type of insurance, so all you have to do is choose who you'd like to use.


Zego Discount! 🟢

We have partnered up with Zego to provide our moped & car Stuwies with flexible insurance options. Zego offers 30-day and annual policies as well as a pay-as-you-go option which means you only pay when you’re delivering.

To get a quick estimate of your quote visit zego.com

At the moment, Zego is offering two attractive discounts when purchasing your first policy!

A) £25 towards a Car or Scooter Annual policy. Use code 'STUART25'

or...

B) £5 towards a Pay-as-you-go or 30-day Car & Scooter policy. Use code 'STUART5'

Apply for the credit, here. Find the T&Cs, here.


Another recommended option is MCE Insurance (https://www.mceinsurance.com)

They are a popular insurance option used by many Stuart couriers.

Currently, we are offering discounted rates on MCE insurance, click here to access the form!


Otherwise here is a comprehensive list of all known approved insurers who can provide you with valid insurance policies!

List of insurance companies that provide the correct coverage;

  • Zego
  • Haven
  • MCE
  • Antilo
  • Freeway
  • McAms
  • Tradex
  • 1st Central
  • Capulus
  • Cover my cab
  • Inshur
  • Nelson
  • Scooterised
  • Coop Insurance
  • Coversure
  • SouthernRock
  • Insenture Underwriting
  • Policy Plan
  • Markerstudy Insurance Services
  • Otto Car / Scooter
  • My Taxi Insurance
  • Motorcycle Direct
  • Lloyds Insurance
  • Lexham Insurance
  • Acorn
  • GreenMo
  • Collingwood Insurance Services
  • Insenture Underwriting
  • Southernrock
  • Coversure Hyde
  • Policy Plan
  • Acorn
  • Anjuna
  • Markerstudy
  • Quote Me Happy
  • Walsingham Insurance
  • Alwyn Insurance
  • Eridge Insurance
  • Signature underwriting
  • First Underwriting
  • Lloyds Insurance



Things to watch out for!

There are scammers out there who may approach you via different channels, either through social media, in courier messaging groups, or even in person. They'll pretend to be genuine and offer you insurance for a discounted price.

No legitimate company has these practices, so please do not accept an offer like this thinking you will be receiving genuine and valid insurance - as this is not the case.


Other useful Help Centre Articles:

Insurance while using the Stuart Platform

Frequently asked questions for new applicants

Government guidelines and advice

Vehicle Insurance

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