autonet insurance is a privately owned company, first established in 1998 in Stoke-On-Trent; this was the opening chapter in what has become a very successful insurance story. After just two years we hit a turnover of one million pounds. Success continued year after year and we have grown to become the UK's largest independent van insurance broker with a turnover in excess of £100 million.
Our philosophy is at the core of everything we do; to provide a superior and professional service to customers. We are committed to helping our 700 plus staff to achieve their goals and encourage them to be the best at what they do.
We handle over 600,000 calls a year and maintain excellent relationships with over 30 of the leading and most trusted insurance providers. With the insurance industry being in a near constant state of evolution autonet seek to do all we can to stay abreast of the latest developments and to be mindful of the way consumers shop for insurance.
In 2010, we launched a van insurance price comparison site for Moneysupermarket.com, further demonstrating our expertise in the insurance field and not limiting ourselves to being a broker.
autonet insurance are a multi-award winning company; one of our highest achievements was winning both the Personal Lines Broker of the Year award and the Independent Broker of the Year award at the Insurance Times Awards 2014. This is the first time that two such awards have been won by a broker and demonstrates the high regard that autonet is held in by the industry and it is the second time in four years that we have won Personal Lines Broker of the Year. More recently we were selected as a finalist for the UK Broker of the Year award at the British Insurance Awards 2015. To see our full awards history visit our awards page
Our charity committee was set up in 2010 and over the last five years have raised over £80,000 for local and national charities. The staff members at the start of the year have a chance to nominate charities that mean the most to them and throughout the year the charity committee aims to donate money to each and every one. In 2015 autonet held their first charity darts evening staring Eric Bristow and Andy Hamilton and managed to raise over £1,000 for the Donna Louise Trust.