The name Piaggio is synonymous with scooters thanks in no small way to Enrico Piaggio. He saw an opportunity and seized it by producing a low-cost, two-wheeled motorised mode of transport. This was designed to help get Italy back to work after WW2. He recruited engineer Corradino D’Ascanio, who was more at home designing aeroplanes. They produced together the first mass-market scooter, the Vespa, in 1946. The scooter so unique was the front wheel that looked more like the nose wheel on an aeroplane. Also the leg shields were unusual and that protected riders from rain and dirt. These two features are still easily identifiable on scooters under this brand today. We also offer peugeot scooter insurance , vespa insurance and aprilla scooter insurance
Light and easy to handle, with room for a passenger on the back plus storage compartments. The scooters were popular with both men and women. Over one million were sold in the first decade of production. The scooters were cheap to run. Before long the distinctive buzz of the 50cc engines could be heard in towns and cities all over Italy. Spreading out over time to other European countries. Ownership of Piaggio has changed a number of times over the decades. The brand has never lost its iconic status. Piaggio has continued to innovate, producing the first ever hybrid scooter for instance. It remains one of the leading producers of scooters in the world.
Available in 50cc, 125cc, 300cc, 300-400cc electronic injection, and 500cc variants. Equipped with a number of features as standard, including the latest technology. The Piaggio brand is still much sought after by scooter fans of all ages. Piaggio is highly appealing and has distinctive styling. This combined with excellent performance, fuel economy, practicality, and comfort, is what made Piaggio scooter’s name.
We won’t try and tell you which Piaggio model to choose, but we can help with your Piaggio insurance. As a specialist in scooter insurance we have access to a network of leading providers. We can find the most competitively priced insurance with the type of cover to meets your needs. We don’t try and push you towards a preferred insurer. All quotes are completely impartial. We understand how important it is to have the right price for your insurance. We’ve helped thousands of customers find competitively priced Piaggio insurance.
When you apply online for an insurance quote, you’ll be asked to select from one of three types of policy. The policies range in price and also in what is and isn’t covered under the terms and conditions. It’s always better to base your decision on what you consider is important to insure rather than simply choosing the cheapest type of cover. Here are the three types of policy and a brief description of what they do.
Thanks to our network of top providers across the UK, you’ll be able to compare what each insurer offers at a glance, including any special offers. Looking for the type of insurance cover that is right for you can be pretty time consuming if you do it yourself, but with Scoot Scoot, you only have to fill in one online form and we’ll do all the searching on your behalf. Please be sure to answer all the questions truthfully as failure to do so could invalidate your policy or any claims you do make in future.
We’ve streamlined our application process to make it as simple as possible and a quick and efficient way of sourcing a great deal on scooter insurance. We’re also scooter fans, so we look forward to helping you find the right price for your insurance, whether this is your first scooter or you already own a Piaggio and want to see if you can get a better deal on your renewal. If you’d prefer one of the team at Scoot Scoot to help you, please don’t hesitate to call us on 0844 409 7862.
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