If you cause an accident your Greenslip covers medical costs for your passengers, other road users, such as drivers, passengers, pedestrians, cyclists, motor cyclists and pillion passengers. It does not cover you for your personal injuries if you cause the accident, damage to property or other vehicles. Why is it that a Greenslip for a motorbike is roughly $100 more expensive then a Greenslip for a car?* *Bike over 300cc If a Greenslip covers you for the above I do not understand this. A car in the event of an accident is more likely to injure a person in the most common scenario eg. Collision with another car. A bike in the same situation is going to get creamed. 200kg vs 1700kg. The rider will end up the worse for wear - for which the Greenslip does not cover you. So why should it be more expensive? Is the problem here the over 300cc bracket and the rash behavior of some litre bike riders?