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It’s better if you have your bike’s number plate handy, but don’t worry if you don’t. You can still get a quote using other details.
What type of license do you have? How long have you had it? Have you had any points or disqualifications over the past five years?
Filed a claim or had an accident in the last five years? We’ll need the date, cost of the claim and facts of the accident.
NCB is the number of years you haven’t made a claim on your insurance. Ask your current motorcycle insurance provider for proof of any NCB you may have.
Will other people also use your bike? You’ll need their names and license details.
This is the top level of cover, and it is recommended for most people. Not only does it cover you for all the things you’re covered for under Third party and Third party, fire and theft, it also covers you if your motorcycle is damaged — even if it was your own fault.
Fully comprehensive covers you for medical expenses, repairs, loss, fire damage, theft and vandalism, (somebody deliberately damaging your bike). It’s a total package.
This type of motorcycle insurance is almost the same as Third party. It still covers other people if you injure them or damage their vehicle or property, but if your bike is damaged, you pay for it yourself.
The difference is that with third-party, fire and theft, you’re covered for repairs and replacements if your bike is stolen or damaged by fire.
This is the most basic level of bike insurance, and it’s the minimum cover you must have by law. Third party only covers other people. It does not cover you. This means if you injure someone or damage their vehicle or property, they’re covered. But if your bike is damaged or stolen, you must pay for that yourself.
Motorcycle insurance can be expensive, we get that. Here are some ways to make it cheaper:
The best way to insure your bike for less. Compare insurance policies and you can save money and get up to £29 cashback.
Loyalty is expensive. Don’t let your insurance auto-renew. Get cheaper bike insurance by shopping around when your policy is up for renewal.
Paying for a whole year of motorbike insurance in one go can be a lot cheaper. Avoid the added interest and fees incurred by paying monthly.
You can make your premium cheaper by increasing your voluntary excess. This is the sum you’re willing to pay if you file a claim. If you believe you’re a safe driver, this can be a great way to reduce the cost of your bike insurance.
Insurers take your annual mileage into account. The fewer miles you ride, the less risk they think you are. If possible, reduce your mileage to make your motorcycle insurance cheaper — maybe take the bus when it’s cold and wet outside?
Cheap motorcycle insurance costs are based on many factors: Location. Driver age and experience. Claims history. Bike value. Engine size. Bike usage. Mileage. Type of cover required. These points all affect the price of the policy.
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