Do you drive a motorbike, moped or scooter? While motorbike insurance is required by law, it is also something that is required for peace of mind. Driving your motorbike without proper insurance would be extremely dangerous, both for you and for other road users. There are three different types of motorbike insurance cover available; Third party, Third party, fire and theft, and Comprehensive. Click on 'More Info' to find out about these differences. Once you have found the right type of motorbike cover for you, simply fill out the short form below to let SimplyFinance help you to get the best deal on the market!
Third party is the minimum legal requirement for motorcycle insurance, and it will cover other road users and a passenger, but will not cover any damage to your own vehicle. Third party, fire and theft covers injuries and other liabilities for your passenger and other road users and also fire damage to and theft of your own vehicle. Accidental damage to your vehicle is not included. Comprehensive bike insurance covers all of the above as well as accidental damage to your vehicle, and this is the minimum insurance you should consider if your bike is worth £2,000 or more. The excess you agree to pay on your bike insurance makes a big difference to the cost of your premium. Before committing to a motorbike insurance policy, take some time to research the various policy features that you can include in your cover like Helmet & Leathers cover, Breakdown cover, European cover and Legal cover (to cover the legal costs following an accident).