Prices vary, depending on the bike to be insured, and the biker. The price of an insurance policy for a motorcycle or a light motorcycle depends on, among other factors, the make, model and age of the vehicle, and on the covers you have chosen. The price of the insurance also takes into account possible insurance prime customer and owner-customer discounts.
Your motorcycle insurance premium also depends on the motor liability insurance and comprehensive motor vehicle insurance bonuses you have accrued as a motorist. Bonuses reward excellent motorists with a reduction in the motorcycle insurance premium, which means that by driving safely and without causing damage, you can reduce the cost of your motorcycle insurance for the next insurance period.
The insurance price is also affected by the deductible of the comprehensive motor vehicle insurance you have selected. By choosing a higher deductible, you can lower your amount of insurance premium.
The cheapest motorcycle insurance is not necessarily the best motorcycle insurance
If you opt to take out only mandatory motor liability insurance, your motor vehicle insurance premium will be lower, but this means that your motorcycle will not be insured against animal collision, technical failure or vandalism, for example. This means that the cheapest motor vehicle insurance may not be the best option when something actually goes wrong.
When comparing the prices for motorcycle insurance policies you should bear in mind that there are differences between policies regarding coverage and the services available in case of loss - does the cheapest motorcycle insurance meet your demands during both the season and the off-season period.
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