Compare bike insurance costs
There are many factors that can determine the cost of your motorbike insurance including:
- the type of motorbike you have
- the age and experience of the rider(s)
- the value of your motorbike
- the level of cover you require
- any past claims and convictions
- any bike modifications
- any specialist security devices you have
- any insurance add-ons you require
Some motorbikes are cheaper to insure than others, such as a moped or a scooter, but insurance prices can increase due to a number of insurance factors, such as first-time riders, where the bike is kept and a lack of motorcycle security.
By entering the relevant details on our Compare My Bike Insurance quote engine you’ll be able to accurately compare motorbike insurance from a range of well-established motorcycle insurance providers to find the best deal on the market.
Compare levels of bike insurance cover
The level of motorbike insurance cover you choose will depend on your own personal circumstances, for example how often you ride your bike. There are three different levels to consider:
Third party only
Third party is the minimum cover that is required by law. It covers you for any damage you do to others in the event of an accident. But that’s all it covers. It won’t cover any damage to your motorbike or theft.
Third party fire and theft
Third party fire and theft offers the same level cover as third party but has the added protection for your bike in case of fire or theft.
Comprehensive cover is the highest level you can get and covers you for all of the above, as well as any accidental damage to your motorbike which is deemed your fault.
There are some bike insurance add-ons that you may want to consider too, such as breakdown cover and personal accident cover, depending on how frequently you use your bike and where you ride.
With us, you’ll be able to compare bike insurance cover levels from a range of providers to find the most suitable policy for you.