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1 Bike Insurance on Sat May 03, 2014 9:25 am


I've been insured with Bikesure for the past couple of years as these have been the best for me. My insurance is due soon so I did the usual quotes, Carole Nash was out the ball park as usual with a ridiculous quote of £315 fully comp.
Anyway the best were as usual Bikesure and surprisingly Bennetts. Now for me Bennetts are normally the same as Carole Nash and come back with a real stupid price but this time they quoted £199 for the whole package. Full European RAC cover, helmet and leather cover, personal accident cover and Legal expense.
Now I didn't want any of it except the breakdown cover BUT the quote was cheaper WITH all the extra's than without  scratch yeah work that one out. It worked out at a £147 discount when all four items are added. Needless to say I accepted it. I also went through Topcash back website which Bennetts give £26 back after 90 days  Very Happy .
I'm never happy when paying insurance but I'm mildly satisfied this time  Smile 

2 Re: Bike Insurance on Sat May 03, 2014 9:45 am


Paid 190. Bennets were 175 but i had big falling out with bennetts. Onbusman involved, buntch of cnuts in my opinion. Hopefully all good for you though mate  thumbs 

3 Re: Bike Insurance on Sat May 03, 2014 11:08 am


result  thumbs 
I was with bikesure but never got on with them - been with swintons for years now there brokers for Aegis , I pay separate breakdown cover at £4 a month but refused all the other tat they try and sell you  thumbs

4 Re: Bike Insurance on Sat May 03, 2014 4:58 pm


I am with bennets. My premiums are still high as I just passed my test but they threw in a years subscription to ride magazine.

5 Re: Bike Insurance on Sat May 03, 2014 8:56 pm


Now swapped from Swintons to Bennetts who covers full comp with all the add ons + NCD cover for £105-
for Triumph Rocket 3.-------- cheapest by far..  

btw.. Swintons wanted £70- more than that, & I've been with them for years.   thumbs

6 Re: Bike Insurance on Sat May 03, 2014 10:00 pm


[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:result  thumbs 
I was with bikesure  but never got on with them - been with swintons for years now there brokers for Aegis , I pay separate breakdown cover at £4 a month but refused all the other tat they try and sell you  thumbs 

I was gonna look at RAC or AA for Euro breakdown cover separately for the France trip but they offered a good price for the year. I wasn't interested in the other covers but it's really worked out that I've had them thrown in.
It was £199 for the lot and while I was online I removed the helmet and leather cover which was £48. By taking this off the quote then jumped to £299  scratch scratch scratch 
Like I said earlier by taking all 4 extra's they discounted it by £147.

7 Re: Bike Insurance on Sat Jun 14, 2014 9:53 am


just went with swintons £83 fully comp with no voluntary excess im not covered to ride other bikes but thats ok by me  thumbs 

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