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cheapest bike insurance

Post by billinom8s » May 21st, '07, 11:02

i had this come through today, someone may be able to make use of it and save a few quid.

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This must be the best deal ever for motorbike insurance.

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Post by fjrnobby » May 21st, '07, 11:55

Just renewed my insurance on FJR 1300 through http://www.biketeam.co.uk. Saved £80.00. Fully comp for £108. However not everyone who has used them has saved. Again may be worth a go.
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Post by Mike Daytona600 » May 21st, '07, 20:37

fjrnobby wrote:Just renewed my insurance on FJR 1300 through http://www.biketeam.co.uk. Saved £80.00. Fully comp for £108. However not everyone who has used them has saved. Again may be worth a go.
How much? :shock:

You must be 210 years old :wink: :lol: :lol:
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Post by Dave » May 27th, '07, 16:33

I've just done mine though that link.

Got fully comp (SD&C), with 3 points.

Listed that the bike has changed screen, aftermarket exhaust, scotoiler and heated grips.

Got it for £286. Not bad :wink: I think I paid that last year but that was without the points and I did not declare all the modifications.

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Re: cheapest bike insurance

Post by rocky112 » Jun 28th, '11, 06:56

That link is really good. Thanks.

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Re: cheapest bike insurance

Post by ZX6Rich » Jun 28th, '11, 16:46

Handy hint I found when doing my new insurance is whack the excess up to max a take excess insurance saved me an extra £40 and don't have to pay any excess :D may not wprk for every one but worth a try!!
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Re: cheapest bike insurance

Post by Streetmann » Feb 1st, '20, 19:19

To be fair I only pay £115 a year fully comp on the z750s and excess is 100 quid so I was happy 10 years no claims through bikesure 👍

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Re: cheapest bike insurance

Post by Fozz » Feb 2nd, '20, 20:07

Im multibike so less than £300 covers Bmw xr,595 Daytona and Sv 650.

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