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UK motorcycle insurance comes in three main categories:
As with cars, motorbikes are generally categorised by insurance providers into different groups, and the group a motorbike is in then usually determines its basic premium price. However, while cars are categorised into one of 50 groups, the number of groups is much smaller for motorbikes.
Depending on the insurer, there may be somewhere between 17 and 22 groups. As with cars, it is likely that the lower the group number of a bike, the lower its premiums are likely to be.
The group a motorbike is categorised in depends mostly on its price, power, and performance level, but other factors such as availability of spare parts and average time required for repairs also come into play.
An excess is the amount you must pay in the event of any claim, regardless of who is to blame for an incident. It varies depending on the car that is covered, the age and experience of the drivers on your policy.
For every year of claim free driving, each policyholder will earn a discount towards the cost of their renewal (to a maximum of 9 years).
No, your existing provider will likely be more expensive so its best to shop around to find a new deal rather than renewing.
Most motorcycle insurance policies last one year, but you can cancel your cover for a fee.
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