LAMBRETTA INSURANCE

Get your Lambretta insurance quote from Devitt today and we’ll compare prices from top UK insurers to find you the best premiums. We can provide cover for motorcycles and scooters, from the classic Cometa to the Servetta 200. We’ve been providing motorbike insurance for UK bikers since 1936, so you’re in expert and reliable hands. Plus, when you take out cover with Devitt you’ll receive a 10% discount code for SPORTSBIKESHOP.

LAMBRETTA INSURANCE

  • Got a trip planned? You're covered in Europe for 90 days
  • Fast and hassle-free claims from our 24/7 UK-based accident helpline
  • 10% unique discount code for SPORTSBIKESHOP with your Lambretta bike policy
  • Reduce your premium with our fantastic Excess Protect optional extra
  • Additional discounts for advanced training. secure parking, limited mileage and security systems
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What can I expect to pay for my Lambretta bike insurance?

Take a look at real prices for Lambretta bike insurance to give you a rough idea of what you might pay:

Bike TPFT Fully Comp

LS50 49cc Value £2,000.00
TPFT:£72.00 FULLY COMP:£79.00

Cometa 75cc Value £2,500.00
TPFT:£65.00 FULLY COMP:£70.00

S1125 124cc Value £3,000.00
TPFT:£65.00 FULLY COMP:£70.00

GP150 148cc Value £5,000.00
TPFT:£65.00 FULLY COMP:£67.00

Servetta 200 SX LYNX 198cc Value £6,000.00
TPFT:£65.00 FULLY COMP:£70.00

All prices are based on a married rider, living in the BS27 area, with a full licence, no convictions or accidents, bank manager, with a factory fitted immobiliser.

A guide to Lambretta

Lambretta began its journey in the motorcycling world in 1947, taking the name of the Lambro river which ran near to the factory in Milan where the scooters were produced. Following closely in the footsteps of Vespas by Piaggio, the scooters were built to aid quick transport for the people of Italy.

The very first Lambretta scooter was fitted with a 123cc engine and a 3-speed gear box which was operated by foot – aptly named Lambretta Model A.

However, with the production of small cars becoming cheaper and more accessible the scooter was no longer a popular mode of transport. Production ceased momentarily in 1972 when the Indian government bought the rights to the Lambretta name from Innocenti, taking on the same vision as the founders – cheap transport for the working class.

To find out more about the history of the brand, read our blog What You Need To Know About Lambretta.

Save money on your Lambretta scooter insurance

There are plenty of ways for you to reduce the cost of your scooter insurance. If you’re cautious and lock your bike safely away with an alarm or immobiliser, this can help to bring prices down. Tell us if you store it overnight in a garage or secure indoor area because this will also work in your favour when we’re comparing policies for you.

Your insurance can provide one of three levels of cover. Choose fully comprehensive, third party fire and theft, or third party only. Our policies include access to a 24/7 claims line – should you ever need to make a claim – as well as 90 days’ worth of cover across the EU, which could save you a significant sum of money if you’re a regular traveller across Europe.

Get a quote for Lambretta insurance today

Get a quick quote by filling in our online form. Just provide us with a few details, including the security of your scooter, your location and occupation, mileage, driving habits and whether you have any No Claims Discount. We also need to know if you’ve had any convictions within the last five years.

It’s simple and easy to get a quote for Lambretta insurance. You can either enter your details online for an instant quote or call our friendly UK-based advisors on 0345 872 3614.

Latest Lambretta campaign…

In this campaign from Lambretta Austria, Lambretta riders are encouraged to join the ride to Euro Lambretta in Austria in June 2015. This clip shows the passion and unity that Lambretta brings to those who ride this particular type of scooter, explaining that ‘life can be easy at times with a Lambretta, or better still, lots of them’.

Why choose Devitt?

  • Our panel of top UK insurers means we can compare prices to get the cheapest Lambretta insurance quote
  • We’ve been arranging motorcycle insurance for UK bikers since 1936
  • After a new lid? You get 10% discount at SPORTBIKESHOP with your Lambretta policy
  • Join our sponsored biker site Keep Britain Biking for free and talk with like-minded bikers
  • UK based service centre to help with a quote, sale or service
  • Renewal Reminder and Claims helpline number texted directly to your phone

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