Classic motorbikes and scooters usually need slightly different cover to modern bikes. Find out more about insuring a vintage bike, whatever its age.
Insuring a quad bike for on- or off-road use usually needs a specialist insurer - learn more and get the right cover for your four-wheeler.
Find out about insuring and riding motorised tricycles, including information on licence laws, MOT and tax details.
If you only need motorbike insurance for a few days, or months, short-term cover might be the most cost-effective option.
Compare motorbike insurance quotes for young riders, learn more about why premiums might be pricey and find out how to keep costs down.
Find out the practical and legal considerations to take into account when arranging sidecar insurance for your motorbike.
If you're riding on the continent you might assume your motorbike insurance gives you European cover, but this isn't always the case.
Find out how to get cover for your riding leather, helmet, boots, gloves and accessories, either through your motorbike or home insurance policy.
Learn about advanced riding courses, how they might lower your motorbike insurance premiums, plus their other potential benefits.
A motorcycle warranty is an optional insurance policy that can protect against the risk of mechanical breakdown. Find out more.
The Insurance Industry Access to Driver Data (IIADD) database, branded as MyLicence, could mean easier and more accurate quotes for riders.
How no-claims discounts, bonuses and protection impact the price of your premium.
Personal accident cover can offer compensation for death or injuries sustained due to a vehicle accident. Learn more about it here.
If you want to use your motorbike for towing, you need to make sure you’re insured and that your trailer is safe and legal.
What are the factors you need to consider when arranging breakdown cover for your motorbike, scooter or moped?
Motorbike and moped licences have an impact on many aspects of riding, including insurance premiums. Find out more about your options and the age requirements.
Winter can be tough, but with a few adaptations to your bike, your gear, and your riding, you can keep safe while biking year-round.