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Any insurance recomendations? Sorted now

Post by Mike Daytona600 » Mar 30th, '08, 16:26

My insurance is up on the Daytona soon. Would like to stay with the company I'm with at the mo (Hastings) but they don't do multibike and I'm gonna get a scooter for going to work on. Any recomendations?

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Post by deej » Mar 30th, '08, 16:34

swinton is who im with,multibike is a funny thing but shouldnt be a problem with a scooter mate,which one did you buy in the end ?
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Post by Jonny » Mar 30th, '08, 17:12

I coulden't recomend AQuote enough, they have always been amazing when I've had to make insurance claims.

http://www.aquote.co.uk

Ebike is cheap, I'm using them for a pay-monthy policy. They can give you a one years no claims certificate for every eight months of pay-monthly cover.

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Re: Any insurance recomendations?

Post by Mike Daytona600 » Mar 30th, '08, 18:01

Just checked out bike sure and they do multibike and ride any bike eg your mates. Seems ok but they always assume things and once you start getting into the nitty gritty on line it ends up easier to phone.

I will give the suggested ones a go, thanks :D

Deej haven't got a scooter yet, had other things to do, but am still on the prowl.
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Re: Any insurance recomendations?

Post by DynaMight » Mar 30th, '08, 19:04

Try http://quotes.thebikeinsurer.co.uk/quote/default.aspx its a insurance comparison site. Has given some really good quotes to me
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Post by billinom8s » Mar 30th, '08, 20:14

i used the moneysupermarket.com to find my new insurance. they have a small link to a bike section.

worth looking at, thru them i got BOTH r1's insured FULLY COMP :oops: for

ok i know one of them isnt in the best shape but its being rebuilt and i still have all the parts, just some are in more than one piece ahem







£332 the pair

but still, that price i thought was good, protected NCB too
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Re: Any insurance recomendations?

Post by Mike Daytona600 » Apr 17th, '08, 21:00

Right as said I was looking for a multi bike policy for when I get my scootay. Ended up with Bennetts for £271 fully comp, protected NCB, pillion cover, and legal cover. The woman said the problem was finding a multi bike with the mods I've got on the Daytona, I told them cos otherwise they can refuse cover or something.

Amongst others I tried Bikesure cos they do muti bike. Gave the guy all the info and he said that they can only do multi at the time I take out the policy. When I said I'd phone around to find someone that will and see if I could get a better quote he started getting shirty. When he said 'you won't get better but if you think you know more about insurance carry on' I said no need to be rude, and hung up :roll:

Bennets will let me add up to 6 bikes at any time 8)
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Re: Any insurance recomendations? Sorted now

Post by Johnnyb » Apr 18th, '08, 16:01

must admit i have been with Bennets for about 10 years now and the prices have allways been competitive but i have never had to claim so don't know how good they are in that department......

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Post by Daresay » Mar 21st, '09, 01:22

I was with Bennetts last year. Fully comp for £182,that was with breakdown cover,legal assist & protected ncd.

This year they want £260!! :x

I'm going elsewhere.
Already found two quotes for around original price,( Carol Nash,ebike ). :)
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Re: Any insurance recomendations? Sorted now

Post by billinom8s » Mar 21st, '09, 10:00

i got a multibike policy with MCE, 2xR1's and the triumph trophy - all 3 fully comp, protected NCB, pillion cover, ride other bikes, european cover.


£179 :D

it pays to be really old :wink:
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Re: Any insurance recomendations? Sorted now

Post by Daresay » Mar 21st, '09, 16:58

billinom8s wrote:i got a multibike policy with MCE, 2xR1's and the triumph trophy - all 3 fully comp, protected NCB, pillion cover, ride other bikes, european cover.


£179 :D

it pays to be really old :wink:


Tell that to Bennetts.

I'm a year older this year & they want an extra £80. :lol:
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Re: Any insurance recomendations? Sorted now

Post by Johnnyb » Mar 21st, '09, 18:26

i left Bennets and went to Hastings, nearly £150 difference

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Re: Any insurance recomendations? Sorted now

Post by Milky » Apr 10th, '09, 20:19

MCE they do multibike and only cost £400 3rd fire and theft for a 17 year old with a full liscence for 2 months on a zxr400! :lol: :lol:
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