Electric Motorbike Insurance

Electric Motorbike Insurance

  • Unique 10% discount code for SPORTSBIKESHOP with your policy
  • Additional discount for advanced training, security systems and secure parking
  • 90 days EU cover as standard
  • 24/7 UK-based accident helpline at your service
GET A QUOTE
TrustPilot

Devitt Insurance is rated Excellent Trust Pilot Star Rating
based on 5982 reviews from TrustPilot

Everything you need to know about Electric Motorbikes

It wasn’t going to be long until the futuristic visions of an electric motorbike model became a reality, especially with the car world already thriving. However, the first patent for an electric bike was submitted back in 1895 and it has blossomed since then.

There are even racing events dedicated to electric models including Formula E and TT Zero event at the Isle of Man TT, which is growing more popular and competitive each year. But, it’s understandable that it might not be as widely accepted by the biking community, it goes against the grain of what motorcycling is all about – the power, speed and most importantly the sound – but there are some positives to owning an electric model.

If you’re looking for a fun and practical commuting machine then switching to electric could be the move for you, especially if you’re riding in London; congestion and emission charges are not applicable to these models. With charging points popping up in your local shopping centre car parks, all you need to do is plug in, swipe your card (which is linked to your bank account) and let it charge whilst you pick up your weekly shop.

Although there’s still a limited choice of electric motorcycles out there currently, manufacturers such as Vespa, Zero and even BMW and Harley Davidson are now attempting venture into the market. Starting prices for a new model can range from £10,000 upwards with max speeds of over 100mph and mile range of up to 120+ miles – not bad at all.

Benefits of owning an electric motorbike 

Take a look at our list below of just some of the key benefits of owning an electric motorbike:

  • Government grants – upto 20% or £1,5000 towards the cost of an electric model
  • Fuel costs – it costs £1 or £2 to fully charge for an 80 – 100 mile range
  • Zero road tax
  • Lower emissions

Get a quote with Devitt today!

Getting your quote couldn’t be easier. Hassle-free, straight forward and most importantly, fast, all you need to do is provide us with a few key details about your electric motorbike – make and model and license plate, where you store it (in a garage, on the roadside or on a driveway), whether you have any no claim discount that could reduce your premium, your location and your occupation.

Things like security (locks, chains, alarms, immobilisers and securing your motorbike in a safe place), doing less mileage, taking an advanced riding course and taking advantage of our Excess Protect policy could all help to lower your premium even further – putting more money in your pocket for all those trips! Simply input your details online, or give our friendly team a call for an instant quote.

Call 0345 872 3614 for a quote today!

Insurance blog

Riding the new Honda CB1000R
28th March 2018

A first look at the Honda CB1000R »

We went to Spain to check out the all-new Honda CB1000R, read our thoughts on the improved design and find out how much this machine will set you back!

9th March 2018

Honda CB125R – First Test Ride in Lisbon »

We head to Lisbon to take the new Honda CB125R for a spin. Check out our full review which is packed with images and information here!

Visit our blog
22nd October 2018

Bike Insurance renewal...

Very good product, a lot cheaper and included more for the money. Friendly staff, (Marie), who, it was no trouble explaining ...

- David Cowan

View on Trustpilot

21st October 2018

easy web site...

easy web site, comprehensive cover, competative price, wots not to like....

- Dave Duffy

View on Trustpilot

21st October 2018

Cheap just why I went with them...

Cheap just why I went with them...

- Mr Skelly

View on Trustpilot

21st October 2018

They’re okay no problems yet...

They’re okay no problems yet...

- Mr Marshall

View on Trustpilot