Riding a motorcycle or scooter gives you ultimate freedom when on holidays, especially in places popular amongst Aussie travelers such as Bali and Thailand. Travel insurance for riding a motorcycle or scooter means covering yourself for any emergency medical expenses you incur if you hurt yourself whilst riding.
Motorcycle and scooter accidents are unfortunately all too common amongst tourists. Combine this with the fact that medical expenses are the most claimed upon benefit amongst travelers and it’s clear that if you plan on riding a motorcycle or moped on your holiday that you can't afford not to have travel insurance.
Here are some of the cover benefits included in your policy for terrorism cover
Compensation for unforeseen medical expenses incurred whilst on an overseas holiday
Cover if your luggage is stolen, permanently lost or accidentally damaged due to circumstances outside of your control.
Cover back to Australia if a medical practitioner requires you to be medically escorted home due to a sudden illness or injury that happens on your trip.
Yes. The TID policy requires you to be licenced to ride a motorcycle in Australia and hold a valid licence for the country you are in.
Yes, as long as you meet the license requirements. Whether you hire a moped just for the day, are on an organised motorcycle tour or if you've organised a tour on your own, the same license requirements apply.
No, TID does not charge additional premium to cover riding a motorcycle. As long as you meet the license requirements it is covered as a standard part of our policy.
You can ride a motorcycle that is the same capacity you’re licenced to ride. If your licence restricts the engine size you can ride then you'll need to stick to that when you are away.
Read the policy wording for full terms, conditions and exclusions and to ensure the product suits your needs.
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