MotorCycle Direct insurance policy details
MotorCycle Direct is an insurance broker, so your policy details depend on the insurance provider your policy is with. They offer third-party, third-party, fire and theft and comprehensive policies. There are a few things included as standard in any MotorCycle Direct insurance policy:
- Cover for 16 common modifications. You can find a full list of these modifications on their website. If you have any of the listed modifications, or add any to your motorbike during your policy, your price stays the same.
- Imported motorbike cover, including cover for motorbikes imported from China.
- Riding abroad cover allows you to ride your motorbike in the EU for up to 30 days per trip, or up to 90 days in 12 months.
They also offer specialist cover, including:
- Scooter and moped insurance with competitive rates, even for younger drivers.
- SORN insurance so your motorbike is protected against theft and fire damage when it's laid up.
- Young rider insurance for riders under 25, including policies for 16-year-olds looking to ride a moped.
- Multi bike insurance with a mirrored bonus scheme, so your no-claims discount applies to all the motorbikes insured under one policy.
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