MOPED AND SCOOTER INSURANCE

Get an insurance quote for your moped or scooter today from Devitt. Working with our panel of UK insurers, we’ll find you a policy that leaves you confident you’re well-protected out on the road – for the best price.

MOPED AND SCOOTER INSURANCE

  • Additional discounts for advanced training, secure parking and limited mileage
  • 10% discount code for SPORTSBIKESHOP with your policy
  • 90 days' EU cover included
  • Fast and hassle-free claims from our 24/7 UK-based accident helpline
  • Reduce your premium with our fantastic Excess Protect cover
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What can I expect to pay for my moped and scooter insurance?

To give you a better idea of what you might pay for the insurance on your moped and scooter, take a look at some real quotes below:

BikeTPFTFully Comp

Aprilia SR50, engine size 49cc, Value £1,000.00
TPFT:£77.00 FULLY COMP:£89.00

Gilera Runner SC50, engine size 50cc, Value £535.00
TPFT:£84.00 FULLY COMP:£104.00

Sym Jet 50, engine size 50cc, Value £440.00
TPFT:£77.00 FULLY COMP:£89.00

Piaggio S50, engine size 49cc Value £1,000.00
TPFT:£77.00 FULLY COMP:£89.00

Kymco Agility, engine size 125cc Value £750.00
TPFT:£77.00 FULLY COMP:£89.00

All prices are based on a rider aged 25, living in the BS27 area, with a full licence, 5 years NCD for SDP including commuting, no convictions or accidents, bank manager, with a factory fitted immobiliser.

Finding the best moped and scooter insurance

Whether you’re using your moped or scooter for commuting or leisure, it’s important you have the correct level of cover. Moped and scooter insurance often tends to cost less than other types of motorbike cover due to the fact that these bikes are cheaper to repair. Oh, and scooters can be fun too, As Seen From The Sidecar are currently circumnavigating the globe on just a Honda SH300i scooter and home-made scooter – they’ve already covered over 12,000 miles!

For peace of mind, you can add additional products and cover to your moped and scooter insurance such as Legal Expenses cover, Personal Accident (PA) cover, PA with Helmet and Leathers cover and RAC breakdown for motorbikes. Take a look at the menu to the left to find out more.

What’s the difference between mopeds and scooters?

A scooter is a specific type of motorbike: containing an engine that’s 50cc or above, plus what’s known as a ‘step-through’ where there’s space for your feet to sit together. A Vespa is popular and iconic scooter that has a stylish shape and often features multiple wing mirrors. Vespas now have a cult status thanks to films like Quadrophenia and its links with the mod subculture. Scooters come with 125cc engines, which are perfect for commuters in cities looking to nip through rush-hour traffic.

A moped is any motorbike under 50cc, which tends to have maximum speed limit of 28mph. Boasting great fuel efficiency, mopeds are useful for commuting and particularly suitable for city riding. They’re often a popular choice for younger people – especially 16-year-olds, who are legally allowed to ride a motorbike below 50cc.

What do you need for your moped and scooter insurance quote?

Getting an online moped and scooter insurance quote is quick and simple. Complete our online quote form or call our helpful and expert customer service team who can guide your through the process.

You’ll need to have particular information to hand, including details of your scooter or moped and your licence. You’ll also be asked about your:

  • Annual mileage
  • Occupation
  • Location
  • Security arrangements (better if you can lock your scooter or moped in a garage or even in your house or flat)
  • No Claim Bonus history
  • History of any accidents or convictions in the last five years

If you have any questions about your moped or scooter insurance, simply pick up the phone or drop us a question via our Contact Us page.

Get quotes today

Let us help you find the best value insurance quotes for your moped or scooter. You have two options – either complete our online form for an instant quote or give us a call on 0345 872 3614. Our friendly customer assistants will be more than happy to help and can be on hand for any questions you might have along the way.

Why choose Devitt?

  • We compare prices from our panel to find you our cheapest moped insurance
  • Additional discounts for advanced motorcycle training, secure parking, limited mileage and security systems
  • Expert and friendly customer service – trusted by bikers since 1936
  • Exclusive offers and forums through our sponsorship of Keep Britain Biking
  • Fast and hassle-free claims service from our 24/7 UK-based accident helpline
  • Access to competitive rates – saving you money!
  • Renewal reminder and Claims helpline text directly to your phone

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