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Welcome to Dixons Commercial Insurance Brokers

Established in 1981, Dixons Commercial Insurance Brokers has established an enviable reputation as a dependable commercial insurance provider with extensive knowledge of the industry. As insurance intermediaries, we act on your behalf with a wide range of insurance companies and Lloyds Syndicates to find best commercial insurance solution for you, offering a range of policies from Fleet Insurance to Business Insurance.

Commercial Insurance

Commercial Insurance

Motor Fleet Insurance

Fleet Insurance

Meeting motor insurance needs for businesses.


Fleet Insurance

Why Dixons Insurance?


We are Specialists in Fleet Insurance, offering policies covering two or more commercial vehicles and/or private cars. We will advise and offer the best policy to suit your demands & needs and budget.


Competitive, Straightforward & Hassle Free.


  • Access to a comprehensive range of market leading fleet insurers means a competitive price for you
  • Wide ranging cover written specifically for business users
  • One common renewal date with monthly instalment payment plan meaning less administration

To find out more or to ask for a quote click through to our Fleets page.

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Commercial Insurance


We also specialise in all types of Commercial Insurance for small and large business.


Online Quote and Buy Facility


We have a 24/7 online quote & buy facility for a wide range of products suitable for sole traders through to incorporated companies. Simply click on the Get a Quotation icon below for more details.


If you feel that the product you need is not listed and/or prefer to speak to us please click on the Request Callback icon, complete a few simple pieces of information and we will provide you with our personal and professional service.

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Dixons Insurance Blog

Yesterday 4:17 pm (16 hours ago)
Cooper Gay has put 70 London-based jobs at risk of redundancy as it continues to restructure, Insurance Times understands.
Yesterday 2:33 pm (18 hours ago)
Biba chief executive considers the implications of leaving the EU
Yesterday 11:42 am (20 hours ago)
The parties in the Bluefin/GRP legal battle are close to reaching a settlement.
Yesterday 11:38 am (21 hours ago)
Aviva’s share price revovered some of its recent short falls, rising 6.5% in Tuesday’s trading to 368pence.
Yesterday 11:05 am (21 hours ago)
Peter Hacker has joined broker Cooper Gay as group chief innovation officer.
Yesterday 10:39 am (22 hours ago)
London can maintain its pre-eminent global position in specialist insurance and reinsurance after last week’s Brexit vote, according to Lloyd’s chief executive, Inga Beale (pictured) .
Yesterday 8:32 am (24 hours ago)
Business Secretary Sajid Javid will today hold a summit meeting of more than 20 representatives of UK industry and business groups to discuss the fallout from the Brexit vote.
Yesterday 8:13 am (24 hours ago)
Financial markets suffered another major decline yesterday as ratings agency Standard & Poor’s downgraded the UK’s debt rating by two notches from AAA to AA.
Yesterday, 7:40 am
Legal & General said it has appointed former senior civil servant Sir John Kingman as group chairman.
Monday, 4:47 pm
Aviva’s share price has tanked 22% since Friday, one of the biggest victims of voters’ call to exit the EU.
Monday, 3:59 pm
The last few days have shown that British business is ill-prepared for Brexit.
Monday, 2:01 pm
A kitchen business salesman has been jailed for three years after using fake documents to defraud NFU Mutual in a £114,000 insurance claim.
Monday, 11:41 am
QBE has warned that it may have to take a “revised approach” to around £500m of the insurance and reinsurance premium it sources from the EU following the UK’s decision to leave the bloc.
Monday, 10:09 am
A saleswoman at health insurer Simplyhealth has been sentenced to nine months’ imprisonment for a £31,500 mis-selling scam.
Monday, 9:50 am
Moody’s has will downgrade the UK’s debt and issuer ratings if it fails to preserve “core elements” of its access to the EU Single Market following the country’s decision to exit the EU.
Monday, 9:35 am
Aviva is investing heavily in smaller independent brokers in an effort to stave off the lure of the consolidators who are on a buying spree.
Monday, 8:00 am
Gibraltar-based insurer Elite is considering setting up a new company so it can continue writing mainland European business after the UK leaves the European Union.
Monday, 7:37 am
Aviva said this morning that its Solvency II coverage ratio “remains close to the top of its working range” of 150% to 180% despite market volatility triggered by the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.
Friday, June 24th, 5:33 pm
Insurers said the volume of claims following yesterday’s flash floods had been manageable.
Friday, June 24th, 3:30 pm
The UK’s sovereign rating could be downgraded by more than one notch over today’s decision to leave the EU, rating agency Standard & Poor’s (S&P) has warned.
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