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Post by juljam33 on Thu Apr 20, 2017 11:38 pm

Any recommendations? ?? How does it work as in do I need to cancel my current insurance and reinsurer both on a new policy. ..... picking up a 990 Sunday cheers
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Post by mufynman on Fri Apr 21, 2017 6:56 am

Depends on your current policy insurer , some will allow you to add , others wont . I was with Bennetts , and they quoted me to add a bike for the remainder of the period , but it worked out cheaper to just take out a new one for the second bike on its own . Taffy got a good deal I think on his . My 1190 was about £200 fully comp on Bennetts , and the exc was £120 .
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Post by shocker on Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:09 am

Think you do have to cancel and they will charge you to do it, but the gits won't give you the proof of no claims bonus until you do

Have also heard there is some legal reason why you have to cancel

I've got a multi bike policy with Carol Nash at the moment and cheap enough, with no problems, but only until the end of the year when they'll inevitably double the premium, and have to shop around again - like we all have to!

So whilst can't really recommend any of them as find 'em all a bit the same (money grabbing tossers!) do know to avoid Be Wiser who advertise a lot at all costs
They will take your money and  not even cover you due to little admin 'mistakes' that they make and will then try to charge you to put right - proper wankers they are! No


Paying £220 for MT 09, CRF 250 and TTR 600 on a multi bike policy - and yes, before you say maybe that is because I'm an old fart Very Happy


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Post by steve on Fri Apr 21, 2017 4:54 pm

I just insured my bikes and found its cheaper to have 2 separate policies with the same company using my ncb on the ktm.
Ktm £66
Trans £70 
My renewal for both was £280.
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Post by Taffy350 on Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:14 pm

where as mine was the opposite, it was cheaper to insure the 1290 & 350 on 1 policy than 2 individual polices, I did mine with bikesure & they didn't charge me the cancellation fee nor an admin charge. they even used the remailing cancelled monies & knocked it off the total annual bill. win win..
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Post by crm250dude on Fri Apr 21, 2017 7:21 pm

motorcycledirect.co.uk - i get 3 bikes (650 450 & 250) for £135 - with 3 years NCB
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Post by OWEN450X on Fri Apr 21, 2017 8:21 pm

Yeh but do any of your bikes ever leave Pete's garage lol! lol! lol!
We all thought you rode a Beta
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Post by juljam33 on Fri Apr 21, 2017 9:33 pm

steve wrote:I just insured my bikes and found its cheaper to have 2 separate policies with the same company using my ncb on the ktm.
Ktm £66
Trans £70 
My renewal for both was £280.

Whos that with stevo
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Post by steve on Sat Apr 22, 2017 11:10 pm

Bennett via go compare. Oddly they couldn't beat there own quote when I phoned them direct
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Post by x.b.b. on Mon Apr 24, 2017 10:19 pm

steve wrote:I just insured my bikes and found its cheaper to have 2 separate policies with the same company using my ncb on the ktm.
Ktm £66
Trans £70 
My renewal for both was £280.

That happened to me Steve, it had been cheaper for me in the past to have two separate insurances (with full n/c on both) Then I had a cheaper quote to have a multi bike policy. Which was great until the following year they said they hadn't realized my 6 Day was a competition bike and then flatly refused to reinsure it. This meant I had to get separate policy's again, but they'd only give my n/c on one bike head but
So be careful about your n/c Jule's

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