Contact Elephant on their bike insurance quotes helpline number 0330 022 7873 for an over-the-phone estimate on the calculated cost of protecting your motorcycle as a UK driver.
About Elephant Insurance
Elephant Insurance provides car and motorbike cover to customers throughout the United Kingdom, sharing its head office with its sister companies, Admiral and Diamond Insurance. When it launched, Elephant was the first exclusively online car insurance provider and provides customer service through call centres situated throughout the UK.
Bike Insurance Quotes – 0330 022 7873
You can call Elephant Insurance on their freephone bike insurance quotes contact number 0330 022 7873 to discuss the cost of cover over the phone. For instance, new customers will be able to calculate the cost of motorcycle cover based on the details provided, including the model of bike they drive and the amount of voluntary excess they are willing to pay upon making a claim. Callers should be prepared with the details of the primary and additional riders before getting estimate on the cost of cover. However, certain policies will be more expensive, for example third-party only protection will be cheaper than fully comprehensive cover.
About Elephant Call Costs and Contact Hours
The Elephant Motorcycle Insurance office uses a geographic contact number that will charge callers the standard per-minute rate as any other local call that is made from a UK landline or mobile phone. Furthermore, the Elephant bike insurance department is available during its call centre’s opening hours of 8am-9pm Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm Saturday, 10am-4pm Sundays.
Claims – 0844 409 7108
Phone Elephant on their bike insurance claims number 0844 409 7108 (7p per minute + access charge) if you would like to make a claim on an existing policy agreement. However, callers will need the relevant information on hand when calling to make a claim, including the policy number of the other driver involved in an accident. Alternatively, you may wish to ask if you can avoid a change to your no claims bonus if you have been involved with an accident that wasn’t your fault. If you have suffered an injury as the consequence of an accident on the road then Elephant can list a range of local injury solicitors to help in your claim for compensation.
If you have made a complaint regarding your bike insurance policy and are unhappy with Elephant’s response then you have the right to refer your concerns to the Financial Ombudsman Service when writing to the following postal address:
The Financial Ombudsman Service,