When it comes to motorbike insurance it’s also important to think about the cost of replacing your helmet and leathers, which aren’t always covered as standard.
Comparing quotes is the best way to find the right policy for the right price, you can also help bring your premium down by investing in additional security, reducing mileage and avoiding modifications.
The most extensive level of cover, in most cases you’re protected against damage and repairs, medical expenses or fire - as well as damage to others.
The middle level of basic cover, this policy covers other people, their vehicles and property, as well as theft and fire damage to your own motorcycle.
The minimum legal requirement for driving your motorcycle on public roads, Third-party only covers injuries to other people, their vehicles and property.
Under 25s and newly qualified drivers are generally considered as a higher risk customer by insurance providers, the price of the policies offered will often reflect this.
No, in 2012 policy pricing based on gender was banned by the European Court of Justice. Women should expect to pay the same amount of men for the equivalent motorcycle insurance.
Most providers will cover you to ride in Europe and any other country following the EU Motor Insurance Directive, usually for up to 90 days over the course of your policy.
Most providers will either include helmet and leather cover as standard on their policies, or have it available as an add-on. It is always best to check this with the provider before you take out your policy.
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