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If you’re looking for a new motorbike insurance quote than Compare2SaveMoney are here to help you find the right one for you. All motorists in the UK are required to have insurance whether you ride a motorbike, van or car and the insurance is there to protect both yourself and your vehicle in the event of an accident.

Unfortunately due to the size and lack of protection that a motorbike offers, riders are more susceptible to be involved in an accident because many car and van drivers fail to see them before moving off, and motorbike insurance is there to protect both you and your bike in the event of an accident.

We all hope that we won’t need to use insurance but it’s essential to know it’s there to provide financial compensation to cover the damage to your bike, any other vehicle involved or people involved with the accident. What exactly is covered depends on the level of insurance you have chosen to go with.

It’s really important to think about what type of cover you’re looking for and what these things actually cover when you’re looking for motorbike insurance. The cheapest option might not always be the best option for you. Generally third party fire and theft cover will be the cheapest option but it will only out for any damage caused to another vehicle in the event of an accident. So if your motorbike is severely damaged or in the worst case written off you could be left with hefty repair bills or no vehicle.

Paying a little more you can get fully comprehensive cover which means that even if the accident if your fault your insurance will pay out for the repair or replacement of both your motorbike and the other parties vehicle (if involved). Whilst one cover might be cheaper than another you have to ask yourself whether you’d be able to afford to pay out for a new vehicle if it was written off.

Compare2SaveMoney are here to help you decipher what type of insurance cover is best for you, for example if you use your motorbike regularly to get to work you’d almost certainly want fully comprehensive cover because otherwise you may not be able to get to work in the event of an accident. Each insurance cover comes with different features and benefits ranging from courtesy cars- which would be useful if used for commuting to being covered for the cost of any riding equipment damaged in the event of an accident, including your helmet and leathers, which could be expensive to replace.

Using our easy to read comparison tables you can compare motorbike insurance policies which are tailored to you and the level of cover that you want. So whether you’re looking to insure a moped, scooter, sports bike or cruiser we can help you find the best quote for you. Don’t just be drawn to the cheapest offer because it might not be the cheapest in the long run.