Frequently Asked Questions

By registering you will be able to save and access your saved vehicles and saved searches from your mobile, tablet and PC. You will benefit from seamless access to your saved items from anywhere at any time.
And, by having your favorites , bikes and searches saved in your Motobikesworld account.

Registering with us is easy! Simply click on the post ad button at the top right of the screen.

If you prefer not to register with MotobikesWorld you can carry on using our site to search for bikes or quads However, you will need to register to save vehicles or searches to My MotobikesWorld

Category N — Cat N, for short — is a description used by insurance companies to describe the level of damage to a vehicle they have written off.

A Cat N vehicle has suffered some damage, probably in an accident, but not to its structural frame or chassis. The insurance company that handled the claim decided that repairing the vehicle would have cost more than replacing it.

Insurers often sell Cat N vehicles on for salvage. Many are also safely repaired and returned to the road.

Category S — Cat S, for short — is a description used by insurance companies to describe the level of damage to a vehicle they have written off. A Cat S vehicle has specifically suffered damage to its structural frame including its chassis, probably in an accident.

The insurance company that handled the claim decided that repairing the vehicle would have cost more than replacing it. Insurers often sell Cat S vehicles on for salvage. Many can be safely repaired and returned to the road.

Category D — Cat D, for short — is a level of damage used by insurance companies to describe vehicles they have written off.

A Cat D vehicle will have suffered damage in the past, probably in an accident. The insurance company that handled the claim decided that repairing the vehicle would have cost more than replacing it.

Insurers often sell Cat D vehicles on for salvage. Many are safely repaired and returned to the road.

Category B — Cat B, for short — is a level of damage used by insurance companies to describe vehicles they have written off. A Cat B vehicle will have suffered serious damage in the past, probably in an accident. The insurance company that handled the claim decided the vehicle could not be repaired. You shouldn't find any of these vehicles advertised on our site.

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