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Post  WILLIAMDALTON2929 on Wed 28 Dec 2011 - 15:24

Hi Guys is anybody else having difficulty finding a decent insurance quote this year. My policy is due start of January and I recieved my renewal from Bennetts who are quoting £208.00 which was £153.00 last year, even the compare sites are throwing up exagerated prices. Will have to dig out a Pantasia and get the discount code for the insurance company in there and try them.
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Post  Admin on Wed 28 Dec 2011 - 16:23

Always had great quotes and, unfortunately enough to find out, great service from Carol Nash

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Post  keith williams on Fri 30 Dec 2011 - 8:58

I too was with Bennets until my premium for my two bike policy went up £140 at the end of november, i have not renewed with Bennets but have only yesterday had a quote from Ebike which is the same price i payed with Bennets last year. Very Happy

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Post  john wynne on Fri 30 Dec 2011 - 11:30

I found E BIKES through mcn to be cheapest. been away from bikes for some time so with an 02 pan 1300, no ncd, it was £180 inc euro and breakdown cover .All done over internet . .This years renewal was £178 but i could'nt find better.

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Post  WILLIAMDALTON2929 on Fri 30 Dec 2011 - 23:58

Will try ebikes, see what they say cheers Smile
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Post  WILLIAMDALTON2929 on Sat 31 Dec 2011 - 0:15

Well I must be considered a bad risk or something ebikes are wanting £600 for fully comp with 9 years no claims bonus and a clean licence. Will not be going to them either Mad Crying or Very sad
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Post  keith williams on Sat 31 Dec 2011 - 8:06

Wow that is dear, mine was £340 for the 2 bikes fully comp leaving them both on the drive with chains and padlocks, and thats with only 6 yrs no claims.

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Post  Alan Fair on Sat 31 Dec 2011 - 9:51

WILLIAMDALTON2929 wrote:Well I must be considered a bad risk or something ebikes are wanting £600 for fully comp with 9 years no claims bonus and a clean licence. Will not be going to them either Mad Crying or Very sad

Could it be where you live? Try a re-quote with a ficticious address somewhere "safe". Very Happy

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Post  WILLIAMDALTON2929 on Sat 31 Dec 2011 - 21:40

C,mon Alan you were safe enough in August out here in the sticks on the West coast(lol) they just seem to be hammering bikes at the moment. Sad
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Post  Iain Taylor on Mon 2 Jan 2012 - 12:34

Hi Willie

I experienced the same situation last year and moved to Carole Nash, L V are also another possibility
worth a try.

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Post  WILLIAMDALTON2929 on Mon 2 Jan 2012 - 13:09

Thanks Iain will check out LV, Nash are wanting £176 and Happy New Year to you and May
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Post  WILLIAMDALTON2929 on Wed 4 Jan 2012 - 19:41

Well made a decision and settled on Carole Nash at a price of £166 and that includes their AA national and international breakdown cover and legal cover so all in all a result. As usual called Bennetts to say I was not renewing with them and they wanted to see what they could do for me but that just pi**es me off why not give you their best price then you might stay with them, When they start that carry on I just move because I cannot be bothered with it. Mad
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Post  Iain Taylor on Wed 4 Jan 2012 - 20:06

Well done Willie, with just a few phone calls you can save quite a chunk of cash.

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Post  Andy Pimm on Thu 12 Jan 2012 - 19:19

I had an 'engorged' quote which is caused by the way because of the 'whiplash' make a claim even if you have not been hurt culture. Mad
I had a shop around and managed to get my fully comp with euro recovery for just £99.00.

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Mine is with AVIVA 8 years NCD but I do have an old ST1100 not a flashy 1300 Very Happy
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Post  Dave Shorten on Sat 21 Jan 2012 - 16:55

I am with Carol Nash, not the best quote but dont forget that they give you uk and international breakdown and recovery including pilion, they will also transport you if you are incapacitated by injury or illness so the extra £45 they wanted saves you paying out for the international breakdown. Smile
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Post  Trevor Taylor-Peach on Sat 11 Feb 2012 - 21:08

HI Folks

I just had to add to this thread with my recent experience. I have been unfortunate to suffer a fire in my kithchen were all of my keys were distroyed. I have had to pay £204 for both mine and my wifes car keys, that's remote clickers and having programed to the cars. Here's the worst one the Pan will cost £400. That is with our local locksmith, even more from Honda. Unless anyone knows any different of course. The only one that was insured was my wifes and that wasn't worth claiming. The thing about this is. have you ever been asked if you want to insure your keys? I havn't and I just assumed they were covered. Even at my age I still live and learn.

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Post  Ron Tasker3167 on Tue 14 Feb 2012 - 19:29

I've got eBike this year (although I've never had to claim yet!), the key cover of up to £1000 was included in my policy.

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