Japanese manufacturer Suzuki has been building and exporting motorcycles around the world since the early 1950s. Since then the Suzuki brand has become known for producing sport bikes, high-performance, and excellent off-road bikes. Popular with bike fans everywhere, including in the UK, Suzuki motorbikes are available in a wide selection of distinctive styles from 50cc all the way up to 1250cc. If you’re looking for a great deal on insurance for your Suzuki we can definitely help. Using our compare service you can quickly find and compare a range of policies and prices.
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We’ve made comparing insurance prices and policies quick and easy. You could have your new Suzuki motorcycle insurance in place sooner than you thought possible. Simply fill in our online form, provide some information about yourself and the make and model of your Suzuki motorbike. You’ll also have to state which type of insurance cover you need by choosing from one of the three main cover types – third party, third party fire & theft, or comprehensive. If you don’t want to buy online, just give us a call and one of our friendly team will capture your details and provide you with a quote over the phone. Using our comparison site means you don’t have to spend a lot of time searching as we have all the leading insurers and brokers in one place. And as we operate independently, we won’t try and push you towards a particular provider. We look for the most competitive deals and let you make the final choice.
The law states that you must have motorcycle insurance before you can legally ride on UK roads. There are no exceptions, so even if you only plan to use your Suzuki occasionally you still need insurance. As we already mentioned, there are three main covers and it’s important to choose the one you think is right for you rather than simply opt for the policy with the lowest premium. The three types of insurance are as follows:
This is the minimum level of insurance required by law and often the cheapest option available. It covers you for:
If your bike is damaged, you’ll have to pay for any necessary repairs or replacement out of your own pocket.
This level of insurance offers some additional protection to the policy above and will cover you if your bike is stolen or damaged by fire.
As the name suggests, this is the most complete level of protection. In addition to the policies above, you’ll be covered for any damage to your bike, including if you are involved in an incident that’s your fault.
How much to insure a 125cc motorcycle? Prices vary, the market is highly competitive, and insurers will offer various incentives to persuade you to buy their products. Using our site, allows you to quickly compare the cost of premiums and also check out what special offers or discounts are available. If you’ve a record of zero-claims on your previous policies, for example, you can expect to get a discount on your premium, but other deals to look out for include cheaper multi-rider policies, lower premiums for riders aged 35 and over, and a discount for staying below a fixed annual mileage.
When you apply for your insurance quote, you’ll be asked for some details about your bike in addition to the make and model and cost of your bike. This may include details of your typical usage and annual mileage; where the bike is stored overnight; whether there are other named riders along with a number of other questions. Please be 100% truthful with your answers to all questions and provide up to date information. This way, your policy will be personalised in a way that gives you complete peace of mind, even if you have to pay a bit more for the optimum level of cover. False information that comes to light in the future could result in a claim being refused.
Your annual premium is based on the information you provide on our online form, including but not limited to where you live; your occupation; how and when you use your motorbike, and whether anyone else rides the bike apart from you. Moving home to save money on insurance may not be an option, but there are other ways to help reduce the cost of your premium.
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