Devitt motorbike insurance policy details
Devitt offers three levels of motorbike insurance:
Third-party only cover (TPO) is the minimum insurance requirement for motorcycles in the UK, and it provides the minimum level of cover. TPO policies only cover damage to vehicles and property belonging to other people. You and your motorbike won’t be covered in the event of any accident or incident where you are found to be at fault. In the event of an accident that isn’t your fault, you may be able to claim through the insurance of the other individual involved.
Third party, fire and theft also includes cover for your motorbike if it's stolen or damaged by fire in an addition to TPO cover.
Comprehensive insurance covers all of the above but also includes cover for you and your motorbike if you're involved in an accident, even if it was your fault.
Devitt offer a selection of motorcycle insurance policies, so the exact levels of cover and benefits of the policies offered when you get a quote may vary.
Before buying motorbike insurance, we always recommend that you check the cover and benefits included.
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