Mobility

Motorcycle Insurance

motorcycle insurance

What makes our motorcycle insurance different

Our motorcycle insurance gives you protection tailored to suit your vehicle and equipment: we also cover your helmet and motorbike clothing. You will have roadside assistance at all times and a legal team will appeal your fines for you.

Km 0 Assistance

In the event of a mishap with your motorbike, you won't be alone, you'll have continuous assistance at all times, wherever you are.

Management of fines

Forget about fines: a team of legal experts will handle the management of your fines, as well as the possibility of appealing.

Equipment

In case your clothing and helmet suffer considerable damage in a possible incident, they will also be covered.

What our motorcycle insurance covers

We are liable for any damage you may cause to third parties while using your motorcycle:

  • Compulsory and supplementary civil liability
  • Civil liability as a pedestrian or cyclist
  • Civil liability in the event of fire: coverage in case a fire on your motorbike causes damage to third parties.

Have you had an unexpected incident on the road? With our motorcycle insurance you will have roadside assistance all year round and at any time of the day, including a towing service. The assistance includes both the driver and the passenger.

If you are required to take a course to recover the points lost due to accumulated offences, we will cover the costs of the course so that an amount to defray the expenses related to the partial recovery of assigned points or the recovery of the licence, such as, for instance, taking road awareness and re-education courses.

The courses must be taught by an officially recognised centre and you will have to prove that you have taken them.

If you are involved in criminal and administrative proceedings as the driver of your motorcycle we provide you with legal assistance, also in the event that it is necessary to resort to administrative litigation. We assume:

  • Solicitors' and barristers' fees and expenses.
  • Court fees and fees for the granting of powers of attorney.

Motorcycle insurance covers repair of damage that may occur to your vehicle as a result of a collision with a big game animal.

Protect your motorcycle against damage caused by exposure to adverse weather.

Services included in our motorcycle insurance

FAQs

Yes, all motor vehicles must have at least compulsory civil liability insurance in order to be able to travel on the road.

It is essential that you notify us of the claim as soon as possible. We provide you with a 24-hour telephone service so that you can inform us of any incidents and we can start to deal with them. Get in touch with us by calling 917 83 83 83. Remember that you must have the details of your motorbike, your insurance and the accident report, if you have one.

Motorbike insurance papers are no longer included in compulsory documentation, but it is advisable to carry them with you. Whilst it is information that the agents can check online, through the Information File of Insured Vehicles, in the event that they cannot access them, you must take them to the Traffic Headquarters within 5 days. If you have them with you, you can avoid this possible inconvenience.

Having a motorcycle insurance policy with all the necessary coverage for any incident is crucial for driving with total peace of mind. Contact us through our website, and we will inform you about all the available types of insurance here. You decide which insurance best suits you.

Driver's age and length of time holding a driving licence

The less experienced the rider, the higher the premium you will have to pay for your motorcycle insurance.

Place of residence

The geographic location in which you live also influences the price, as the state of the roads and the weather affect driving.

Age and engine capacity of the motorcycle

Data shows that the higher the engine size, the more likely you are to have an accident. On the other hand, the age will also influence the frequency of visits to the garage.

FAQs

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