Prices you can expect to pay in case of damage to one of our Vespas

Most people are unaware that repairing a Vespa is VERY expensive, so we have created this page to provide some clear photographic examples. This way, everyone can judge for themselves what an accident would eventually cost.

The Vespa’s good looks come from its body, which is basically a big piece of metal, so even minor damage requires the entire Vespa to be taken apart, then sandpapered, prepped, and repainted twice (first with a preparation clear coat, followed by the paint coat). Finally, the stickers have to be re-applied and the whole body has to be reassembled. This process takes a minimum of 4-6 hours, depending on where the damage is located and how big it is.

We think the photos below are self-explanatory, but you are welcome to email us at for further information.

Approximately 250 euros, as the body is not bent

This might look like nothing, but the body is bent and the paint is scratched, so it will not cost less than 200-250 euros

This will cost approximately 500 euros (scratches + dent)

A little scratch like this is generally not fixed immediately, as it would cost too much to disassemble the whole Vespa, so we charge 50-80 euros and we repair it when the Vespa needs bigger repair

This, on the other hand, is at the bottom of the body so will be repaired immediately and costs approximately 150 euros (the scratches may be small, but the body is dented)

 Approximately 100 euros damage



You might be interested in some statistics about Vespa damages (years 2015-2016-2017)

Picture below: our customers nationality in percentage

Picture below: damages in percentage, divided by country



We think these pictures are self-explanatory, but you are welcome to email us at for further information.