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What's the difference in price when insuring a SWB van versus a LWB van?

Do Short Wheelbase and Long Wheelbase vans have different insurance costs?

Asked on 1 February 2018 by Ian clarke

Answered by Tim Kelly
Technically, yes. The cost of panels on a LWB van will be more expensive (because they are bigger) and as a result the cost of repair after an accident will probably be higher (will take more labour, time and materials to replace them). I would expect the effect on the premium to be minimal though.
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