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Many scooter and moped riders are young and inexperienced, factors that can drive up premiums. Older riders may use mopeds as city run-arounds or for commuting, or they may enjoy the classic scooter social scene. Whatever owner group you fall into, the first step towards finding high-quality, low-cost insurance is to compare policiesSean Davies, Gocompare.com
How can we help you with scooter and moped insurance today?
Our service makes it easy for you to find the right insurance for any type of moped or scooter, from 49cc to 125cc engine sizes.
We compare multiple insurance brands and clearly present the policy options, prices and levels of cover.
A moped is classed as anything under 50cc, while a scooter is a specific style of motorbike, usually with a step-through frame and small wheels.
Such bikes can be a great option for young riders and many other people, and we can quote for riders aged 16 and over.
Mopeds and scooters can be stylish, economical, speedy for commuting and urban travel, and more environmentally friendly than a lot of other vehicles, some capable of achieving fuel efficiency figures of much more than 100mpg.
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Bear in mind that mopeds for 16-year-olds are limited to 30mph and cannot be taken on motorways.
To get a moped or scooter insurance quote, follow the links and complete our straightforward forms with the basic personal information of the rider(s), the details of the bike to be covered, and the type of use it will be put to.
Have to hand the number plate (if known), your annual mileage, how many years no claims bonus you have, and details of any convictions and/or accidents in the last five years.
You'll have the opportunity to inform potential insurers of any riding qualifications you have to your name, of your riding history, if you belong to a motorbike organisation, and whether you're also a car owner.
You'll also be asked if and when you passed Compulsory Basic Training (CBT), whether you've owned or ridden a bike within the last 12 months and the engine size of the last machine you rode.
The final form requires details of the motorcycle itself - areas such as security, value and if your ride has been modified.
When your quotes are presented you'll be able to make an informed comparison based on price and excess levels, plus whether the policy includes things like helmet and leather cover, breakdown insurance, legal assistance and personal accident cover.
You can find out more about such areas in our motorbike insurance guides, where you'll also find the answers to frequently asked questions.
Learn about types of policy, add-ons, riding other bikes, pillion cover, motorway use and riding gear.
There's also more information on the differences between mopeds and scooters, the CBT course, licences and regulations regarding 16-year-olds, advanced riding courses, security and what bike to choose, plus tips for cutting the cost of your insurance cover.