Please don’t worry! Our Factory is on hand to give you advice before you buy any service. He can discuss your exact requirements, help you select the right service and clearly explain what will be delivered along with the business benefits.

We can bring a full load from England to Estonia within 4-6 days, depending on the driver’s working hours and driving restrictions in Germany and Poland.

The transport of partial loads from Great Britain to Estonia usually takes around 5-9 days. If we pick up a partial load from Great Britain (and Ireland) on Monday-Wednesday, the cargo will arrive in Estonia by the next Monday-Tuesday. If we pick up a partial load from Great Britain on Thursday or Friday, it will arrive in Estonia by the following Friday at the latest.

Delays can be caused by storms at sea that affect ferry schedules between Great Britain and the mainland and can cause long lines at the harbours.

Our regular route from England to Estonia goes by ferry from Dover to Dunkirk in France, continuing by land through Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany, and finally by sea from the Travemünde or Kiel harbours to Latvia or Lithuania or sometimes by land through Poland.

So the answer to the question “Do I need cargo insurance for my shipment” is YES, MOST CERTAINLY. In your own interest and the interest of your business, you need to ensure that your cargo is sufficiently covered by cargo insurance.

We have a total of 50 trucks (most from the DAF factory) and more than 50 trailers. Our machinery is high quality and widely used in European transportation.

Our freights are mostly done with covered mega-trailers but also with regular semitrailers. Our fleet of trucks is maintained in our own, modern repair hall with all the equipment needed to fully service our trucks and trailers.

We employ experienced and reliable truck mechanics who aren’t stumped by even the most complicated problems.

Vans are classified as plant and machinery for tax purposes. As such they qualify for 100% allowances under the Annual Investment Allowance regime. This means you get a deduction for 100% of the cost to reduce your company’s taxable profits.

You can claim the cost of buying a van as expenses against your income tax bill, but how you do so depends on how you pay tax. If you use traditional accounting you can claim the van as a capital allowance. Generally, the same applies if you use cash basis accounting, unless you’re using simplified expenses.

Buy a van from a non-registered seller

If the business or individual selling the van is not registered for VAT, they cannot charge VAT on the selling price. To charge would be illegal. So it’s essential when you approach a seller to ask if they are VAT-registered. If they claim to be registered, ask for a VAT invoice.

Does commercial van insurance have VAT added? Value Added Tax (VAT) isn’t added to commercial and personal policy premiums. Instead, you may see tax payable as Insurance Premium Tax (IPT), usually included in your quote break-down or calculation. Standard IPT is lower than VAT, and currently set at 12 per cent.

We are The Best in The Business

With a proud history dating back to 2003, Transport Vehicle Ltd has established itself as a leader in the global delivery industry. Our versatile and reliable services, including land, air, and sea transport, allow us to deliver heavy tractor units, specialist trailers, agricultural machinery, motorhomes & caravans with ease and efficiency. We take great care to ensure the safe and secure delivery of your valuable cargo, offering full insurance coverage and online tracking capabilities to provide you with peace of mind. With a commitment to excellence and a proven track record of success, we are confident in our claim to be the best in the business.


Alex Jenvalski

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