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    Baby Twin Adey Watkins's Avatar
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    Insurance Quote's to make you smile.

    Check some of the quote's i got for my millie, lol.
    No NCD and just passed my test.


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    kawasakiinit
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    i used h and r once no probs but never had to test em . looks like thats the one eh ;-)

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    Baby Twin
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    likewise with me got it though mce insurance third party fire theft 232 quid a right steal paid in full just incase they made a mistake !!!!

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    One Liter Duc Eater pompey-pimp's Avatar
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    I'm with H&R, £215 fully comp

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    pieman
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    looks kind of like they're loading the others so you have no choice!

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    Si600
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    TBH, with no NCD and riding a Mille, what did you expect. Mind you, those FC quotes must be more than you paid for the bike

    I have no idea how much the RSV is going to cost me, it was about £150 extra to change bikes from a ZX-6R to it, but I've not had it long enough to have to insure it as itself.

    I paid £500 TPFT with £500 excess for my first ZX-6R, which was a quarter of what I paid for it. Then I crashed it six months later. Whoops.

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    Just a heads up, Iím through H&R insurance and renewed it last week, received a form to complete before they send me the insurance documents stating that if go over the 6,000 miles in the 12month term my insurance would be invalid You had to fill in the bikes current mileage on the form so they can check up

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    pieman
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    mine was 300 full comp, but i did write off my last bike!

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    i'm with H&R too.....£235 for the year.well happy with that!!

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    Superbike Twin Baronvonbomb's Avatar
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    I was with H&R for years. Then I got my
    rsv factory and they wanted £450 fully comp. I'm getting old , married with two kids and have 5 years no claims and live in a quiet area.

    I ended up going with performance direct. I got fully comp for £320.

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    Superbike Twin Baronvonbomb's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian03 View Post
    Just a heads up, Iím through H&R insurance and renewed it last week, received a form to complete before they send me the insurance documents stating that if go over the 6,000 miles in the 12month term my insurance would be invalid You had to fill in the bikes current mileage on the form so they can check up
    What would happen if your battery went flat and the odo reset! It wouldn't be invalid then.

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    Superbike Twin Redlight's Avatar
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    Love the fact that the other 2 options are the same price FC TPFC & TP only!!!!!

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    Mick Oliver
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    I thought £209 was dear for a mille and ZX9R both fully comp on one insurance.
    But I am an old one with 15yrs no claims they didn't count the 2 thefts in one go against me.

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    I'm with motorcycle direct for tpft I pay wait for it... A grand total of £88 I did have to check several times that I had heard them right.:-):-)

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    i pay 360 i think but only tpft,not bad with 2 years no claims (girlfriends fault) and 23 yrs old! lol i remember when i had my cbr600rr i was 18 and my 1st years premium was 1200 quid but the next year the bastards sent me a renewal for......£7500!!! lol

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    Graveltrap
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    I'm now with H&R, 05 RSVR fully comp with £300 excess and no alarm - grand total £126. The one advantage of being 40!

    I would still rather pay £500 and be 25 again

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    strongbow
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    H&R are great for new riders. Sorted me out for the first few years. Just be very careful of bennetts, very dodgy no matter how cheap they might seem.

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    H&R was my insurer when I started, noone came close on price. now i've been riding for many years, H&R are not so good for me. about £100 more than my current insurer

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    carbon kid
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    340 fully comp (10 years NCD)with the policy shop,(unlimited miles) told them all about the carbon, nae probs when some old duffer knocked me off recently.
    Ck

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    I got quoted £4320 for an r6 at the age of 17 WITH a years ncb

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