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Indian Bike Insurance

Devitt have been arranging motorbike insurance since 1936 so if you’re riding the Chief Dark Horse Cruiser or the Indian Roadmaster, we will compare quotes from our panel of top UK insurers to find the best quote for your Indian motorcycle.

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  • Docs sent immediately by email
  • Unique 10% discount code for Sportsbikeshop
  • Tailor your Indian insurance with optional extras
  • 24/7 hassle-free claim service
  • Friendly, knowledgeable staff

How much does Indian Motorcycle Insurance cost?

Want to get an idea of the average cost for Indian Motorcycle Insurance in the UK? We've provided some examples here...

Indian Scout 1130cc Value £11,000.00

Comp £119.56

TPFT £81.01

Indian Chief Classic 1811cc Value £17,000.00

Comp £199.02

TPFT £115.95

Indian Chief Dark Horse 1720cc Value £18,000.00

Comp £185.91

TPFT £115.95

Indian Chief Vintage 1811cc Value £20,000.00

Comp £397.71

TPFT £127.67

All prices are correct as at January 2020 and are based on a married rider aged 45, living in the BS27 area, with a full licence, 5 years NCD for SDP including commuting, no convictions or accidents, bank manager, with factory fitted immobilisors. Bike is garaged and the usage is 3000 miles per annum.

A guide to Indian Motorcycles

Indian set World Records!

Indian, an American motorcycle manufacturer, appeared on the scene in 1901 with prototypes being designed, built and tested. The following year the first Indian motorcycle, featuring chains drives and streamlined styling, was on sale to the public making the signature deep red frame colouring Indian’s trademark design.

Indian co-found and chief engineer, Oscar Hedstrom set the world record motorcycle speed at 56mph! After that Indian rocketed in popularity becoming the largest manufacturer of motorcycles in the world and were chosen by the New York Police as their desired mode of transport.

Luxury motorcycles

Indian motorcycles incorporate the Harley- Davidson vibe with low seat and high bar – not forgetting the classic leather covered bike seat with added fringing, Indian’s ooze adventure, long winding roads and luxury.

After a brief period of bankruptcy during the 1950’s, a number of organisations tried to replicate and restyle the Indian brand but with very little success. It wasn’t until 2011 when Polaris Industries purchased Indian Motorcycles, they have successfully been able to market three modern Indian motorcycles that reflect the traditional styling.

Frequently asked questions about Indian Motorcycle Insurance

Still need some help? Take a look at our Indian Motorcycle Insurance help and FAQs

What are different models of Indian motorcycles?

There are a large number of different Indian models on the market right now including:

  • Chief Classic
  • Chief Vintage
  • Chieftain
  • Scout
  • Roadmaster
  • Dark Horse

If you’re looking to get a quote for your Indian motorcycle insurance then give us a call today on 0345 872 3614 and we can tailor the perfect package for your pride and joy.

How can I save money on my Indian insurance?

We aim to provide each and every one of our customers with clear, concise, easy to understand insurance policies, with absolute transparency. Working with some of the UK’s top insurers means we can bring you the most comprehensive policies for your Indian, whatever your riding habits.

There are a number of ways you can reduce your Indian insurance premium. Our Excess Protect product can provide significant savings, but there are also plenty of things you can do at home like securing your Indian in a locked garage, shed or inside your house will help. If not, good old-fashioned locks and chains will also reduce the cost.

How do I get an insurance quote for my Indian?

For your Indian quote, we will need you to provide us with some basic information like; your driving license number, details about your riding habits, no claim’s bonus and any convictions within the last five years, your name and address, occupation and any security measures that are in place for your Indian.

It’s quick and easy to get a quote online or give our team of helpful advisors a call on 0345 872 3614.

Why insure your Indian with Devitt?

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24/7 Claim Line

We’re always here when you need us most. Claim service 24/7/365.

Docs sent immediately

We send your insurance documents straight away by email. Get everything you need in minutes.

No long wait times

We don’t leave you hanging around on the phone waiting for us to pick up.

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