Charging up our Minifleet proposition

From 2030, the Government will end the sale of new petrol and diesel cars and vans. This commitment to achieve net zero is already having an impact, with many businesses either already making the switch, or starting to consider the benefits of an electric fleet.

In fact, organisations have already committed to switching 700,000 vehicles to zero emission as part of the UK Electric Fleet Coalition1.

Supporting the UK transition to electric vehicles (EVs) is a key priority for Aviva and forms a core part of our own Net Zero by 2040 ambitions. We’re working hard to provide products to meet the new demands – like our recently launched standalone cover for Electric Vehicle charging stations.

Did you also know that our Minifleet proposition via Fast Trade already accommodates EVs, including Tesla models?

What’s your appetite for EVs on Minifleet?

Our Minifleet product is very much open for business for EVs on Fast Trade and we’ve recently reviewed our rules and acceptance criteria for Teslas – making it easier to place business with us.

As part of this change, all EV risks are now auto-quoting on Fast Trade - meaning you can now quote online without the need for underwriter referral on Teslas*.

Where relevant, ‘type car terms’ will be applied by the system in the same way we’d typically deal with a performance type car.

There is no schedule size limit on EVs either, giving you the confidence to place clients with Aviva who already have or are planning to convert existing petrol or diesel fleets to EVs.

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Did you know?

Aviva is the first major insurance company in the world to target Net Zero carbon emissions by 2040. We’ve also committed to transition our entire fleet to EVs by 2025 and install charging at core points2.

While we are working towards our sustainability ambitions, we acknowledge that we have relationships with businesses and existing assets that may be associated with significant emissions. More information can be found at

1 UK Government’s Transitioning to zero emissions cars and vans: 2035 delivery plan report (see page 13) - Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.

The Climate Group: EV100.

*Some risks may still refer per standard appetite rules, including vehicles valued over £100,000.

** Fast Trade ranked number one insurer extranet in the 2022 Insurance Times eTrading Survey.