Vespa Insurance

If we know anything about Vespa owners, we know that your scooter is your pride and joy. Get peace of mind with Vespa insurance from Bikesure.

Why get specialist Vespa insurance?

Whilst scooter insurance from mainstream insurers isn't specific to your needs, insurance from a specialist provider can ensure that your policy will be tailored to you.

There are many reasons why you might want to consider a specialist Vespa policy over standard insurance. This might be because your scooter fills you with joy and you want to protect it properly, or because you're considered a higher risk to insurers. If any of the following apply to you or your vehicle, you might want to consider specialist Vespa insurance:

  • You're a learner rider or you've just passed your test
  • You've got previous motoring or criminal convictions
  • You've modified your Vespa
  • You've purchased a classic Vespa model
  • You only want to take out short-term insurance

Classic Vespa insurance

With such a long history, you might own a classic Vespa without even realising it. Older Vespa models will usually need a more specialist policy. This is because the needs of classic Vespa owners are a lot different from those with a newer model.

Whilst most scooters are seen as a means of transport, classic scooters are often a source of pleasure and pride. As a result, you might want to consider more specialist insurance benefits such as agreed value cover, which would ensure you get fully compensated for your Vespa's worth should the worst happen.

Our classic Vespa insurance also often works out cheaper than standard insurance as we realise that most riders won't be using their Vespa as their daily vehicle.

How much is Vespa insurance?

You'll find that most Vespas have a 50cc, 125cc or 150cc engine, meaning that they are relatively low-powered compared to other scooters on the market. This, therefore, makes them safer on the roads, which generally translates to lower insurance premiums.

The costs involved with Vespa scooter insurance will also depend on a number of other factors, including your location, age, and riding history. However, a great benefit of riding scooters is that you can usually get much cheaper insurance compared to other vehicles on the road.

Which Vespas do you insure?

Whether you own the classic Vespa 150 PX or the latest Vespa Primavera, you name it, we insure it. We work with a wide range of scooter insurers, meaning we can offer niche and mainstream insurance policies depending on your needs.

Get a cheap Vespa insurance quote

Want affordable but quality insurance for your Vespa? If so, Bikesure can help. All our policies are tailored to your needs and budget, meaning you won't have to pay for unnecessary extras.

Call our knowledgeable UK-based staff

Speak to our knowledgeable, UK-based staff to find out more information about our Vespa scooter insurance. We offer easy and flexible payment plans, whether you'd like to pay by direct debit or annually.

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Why choose Bikesure?

Having been in the insurance industry for over 45 years, we're well equipped for dealing with special circumstances, and Vespas are one of them. Our specialist scooter insurance allows you to pick and choose the policy benefits that are right for you, meaning you won't have to pay extra for features you don't actually need. We can offer the following policy benefits depending on your needs:

  • Agreed value option for classic, custom and modified scooters
  • Multi-bike cover for multiple scooters or other motorcycles
  • UK and foreign licences acceptable
  • Breakdown cover
  • Personal injury cover
  • Helmet and protective clothing protection with worth up to £1,000
  • Legal cover up to £100,000 included free of charge as standard

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