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Post by A_T » Jan 9th, '05, 17:23

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Post by DynaMight » Jan 9th, '05, 18:39

Carol Nash too

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Post by furry » Jan 9th, '05, 22:25

I've used bikesure as even though I phone around every yr, they always end up being the cheepest for me :D

I've had two accidents whilst I been with them, but I took out legal insurance every year, first one was messy, cos the driver wouldn't admit he knocked me off, but 2nd time I got hit up the ass bigtime so that was straight forward :)

They was cheeky this yr though, cos I had 3 SP's, they expected me to pay an extra £50, I've never had that before last time they said SP's didn't matter, but the SP's have been on there for 3.5 yrs now I'm sure writing to the DLVA will get them removed :)
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Post by frostoff » Mar 17th, '05, 18:59

Bikesure for me.

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Post by A_T » Mar 17th, '05, 19:05

I was well chuffed this year, my renewal came through 60 quid cheaper than last year..... usually I have to hunt around each year, but decided to stay with the same insurer..... (Devitt)
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Post by hilljd00 » Mar 29th, '05, 14:17

dont think i can get my 125 cheap, lol... cheapest so far is £448 TPFT with Rampdale.

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Post by bikerz » May 9th, '05, 12:56

lot on a 125 mate. i paid £500 fully comp at 16 on a RS50!

im paying £420 TPFT for my SV400S at 18 with 1 yr NCB 1 year held full licence

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Post by SlowR1der » May 30th, '08, 21:20

i have just taken a policy out with NIG through Direct Choice brokers online. Fully comp legal/breakdown/£500 accessories, protected NCB (4 years ncb) all in £295 with a £350 excess on a GSXR 1000 K1, without all the breakdown etc would have been £195 and get this 3rd party fire and theft sould have been £79 :D

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Post by JohnBob » Oct 1st, '08, 09:59

Lihualee wrote:thanks a lot , bump up up up!!
I hope i'm not being presumptuous here when i say i speak for the majority - BUT; we're NOT interested you SPAM-TARD
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Post by TKPM » Oct 1st, '08, 19:43

I've just used Ebike and saved my self £150 on a two bike policy.

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Post by gooner » Dec 17th, '08, 18:17

Bikesure for me, 2 bike policy, 2 years of no claims, and a drinking conviction for only £615.00. I tried gocompare.com, confused.com and tesco's but bikesure (adrian flux) was the cheapest by far.

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Post by rocky112 » Jun 29th, '11, 08:31

If have more than one bike then Carole Nash is best insurance you can go for.

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