Could I save on my van insurance if I add another driver to my policy?
If you plan to share your vehicle with a more experienced driver, then you could save on your premium by adding this person as a ‘named’ driver. A provider may assume you'll spend less time driving, since the vehicle is shared. If you reduce the amount of time you spend behind the wheel, you’re lessening the amount of time during which an accident could occur.
But be aware, it’s illegal to put someone else as the main driver on a van insurance policy if they aren’t the primary driver (the one who drives the most miles) - this is known as ‘fronting’. It’s most common with young car drivers, as our guide explains, but the rules are no different for people driving vans.