Unlawful pillion riding will result in three points being added to your license, with insurers seeing you as a lot more of a risk on the roads than you were before. However, at High Gear we do our best to support UK drivers, coming up with amazing policies that keep their overheads down. A ‘pillion’ is a term used for a secondary pad, cushion, or seat behind the main seat of a motorbike, with the passenger on the bike often referred to as ‘riding pillion’. Obviously there are many legal requirements that have to be met when taking somebody else out on the back of your bike, with failure to meet these resulting in the issuance of a MS20. It is imperative that the pillion can sit astride the seat and put their feet on the footrests with ease. If the pillion is too small to achieve this or the motorcycle is not fitted for a pillion then an offence has been committed. If you have been issued with a MS320 then you may be worried about the impact this may have on your motorbike insurance. Well, there is no need to worry, as long as you choose High Gear to compile your bike policy. We have the right staff and the right attitude to save convicted motorists money on their insurance, doing all we can to provide our customers with an unparalleled service. If you would like to receive a quote for your motorbike insurance then get in touch today and see what we can do for you. We think you may be pretty surprised.