Get extended warranty cover for
your motorcycle with eric
Our Motorcycle Warranty Insurance is designed to provide cover similar to the manufacturer’s warranty and after it has ended. The warranties can provide you with protection for the costs of unforeseen mechanical failure with 12 and 24 month coverage to suit your needs.
eric offers 12 or 24-month cover terms design to suit you and your bike. Note that the warranty term limit is dependent upon the kilometres travelled at the time of purchase.
We’ll cover towing costs up to $100 for any one claim, and up to $300 during the period of insurance.
Up to a maximum of $500 in total during the period of insurance if your motorcycle is immobilised for more than 2 consecutive days after authorised repairs.
If your motorcycle is declared a total loss during the period of cover, we will pay you up to $4,000 towards the cost of expenses incurred because of the total loss.
Up to a maximum of $500 in total during the period of insurance if your car is immobilised more than 100kms from your home and repairs are not completed on the day eric authorised repairs.
What you need to get started
Are you eligible for extended warranty cover with eric? Read the following general eligibility rules below to find out if your application is likely to be successful:
Want specialist cover?
We don’t expect a standard policy to suit everyone, which is why we offer extra cover for your vehicle with our specialist products. Choose the options that match how you drive.
What our customers say
The service requirements of the warranty state that the vehicle must be serviced and maintained as per the manufacturer requirements. Refer to your PDS. If you cannot service your vehicle on time, call 1800 999 977 and select option 3 for warranty claims.
Your cover will commence on the later of the date that the Manufacturer Warranty expires, or the date that the Dealer Warranty expires. If no Manufacturer Warranty or Dealer Warranty exists, your cover will commence on the earlier of the expiry of 90 days after the Schedule is first issued to you, or when your vehicle has travelled 5,000 kilometres from the date of purchase of your policy. Refer to your PDS as the commencement of cover can vary.
If you sell your car privately, the warranty insurance can be transferred to the new owner. Complete the transfer form and or receiving the transfer fee and copies of the vehicle service records, transfer will be arranged. The transfer of the warranty is at the discretion of Eric Insurance. Note: The transfer form does not apply for AUDI or FCA warranty polices.
To lodge a claim, take your vehicle to your repairer and make them aware that you have a warranty with eric. Ensure that they contact us on 1800 999 977 (option 3 for warranty claims) before they carry out any work.
We allow you to choose your repairer, however, your repairer must contact us before any repairs are carried out. In addition, we will only cover repairs authorised by a licensed repairer. A licenced repairer is an automotive mechanic from a registered mechanical automotive repair business employing at least one fully qualified automotive mechanic and who has the relevant equipment and skills to carry out all maintenance and repair work to the standard of the manufacturer of the vehicle. It does not include you or a Family Member.
Upon acceptance of your claim, you may claim for car rental by submitting receipts or invoices up to the policy limit. Refer to your PDS as cover & conditions may vary.
Get a quote online
To get a quote, you first need to choose your cover term. Then, we’ll need you to provide some information about you and your motorcycle so that we can assess your eligibility and provide you with a quote.
The information on this page is a summary only. For full terms, conditions, exclusions and key factors that influence the cost, please refer to the Product Disclosure Statement (PDS).
Motorcycle Warranty Insurance is issued by Eric Insurance Limited ABN 18 009 129 793 AFSL 238279 (eric). This website may contain general financial product advice that does not take into account your personal financial circumstance.