Authorised Motorcycle Workshops
All repairs carried out at our Authorised Workshops are guaranteed against defects of repairs for 12 months. You can choose which workshop to go to so long as it is on our list of Authorised Workshops.
Our Authorised Workshops / Accident Reporting Centres remain open.
However, while COVID-19 measures are in effect, we advise you to call and make an appointment prior to visiting any of the Authorised Workshops / Accident Reporting Centres below as they may have updated their operating hours during this time.
Remember to call and make an appointment before heading down to any of our Authorised Workshops/Accident Reporting Centres.
No. 1 Kaki Bukit Ave 6
[email protected] Bukit
Tel : 6744 7753
For your convenience, you may also report an accident at any of our Car Authorised Workshops.
Not sure what repairer to use? Check the map to see an authorised motorcycle workshop near you.
Frequently Asked Questions read more >
Your Budget Direct Insurance motorbike policy will allow you to authorise repairs without having to go through us, as long as the repair cost is below S$300.
The threshold of up to S$300 is only to allow essential repairs to be done to enable you to ride your motorcycle away from the scene of the accident immediately after it has happened. Otherwise, you must not carry out any repairs without prior authorisation from Budget Direct Insurance.
You can go to any workshop of your choice for all accident repairs.
There will be no replacement motorcycle. If you purchased our Transport Allowance optional cover we will pay you S$30 per day, capped at a maximum of 10 days per accident and subject to a total of 20 days per policy term. This optional cover includes an additional allowance of S$30 to "get you home" after an accident.
This Transport Allowance optional cover is only available for Comprehensive Motorcycle Insurance and Third Party Fire and Theft Insurance policy types.
The rider involved in the accident must report personally within 24 hours or the next working day, with a copy of his/her driving licence and NRIC, to any Accident Reporting Centre. The motorcycle must be present at the time of reporting.