My wife had exactly the same problem. (Experienced rider with full NCB)
78 quid up to £200+ for a part time job on a bloody 115cc scoot !!
Bennetts turned out to be better, £78 up to £90ish for a part time job.
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- Fri Feb 12, 2016 8:24 am
- Forum: TECHNICAL
- Topic: Insurance: DO you add in 'Commuting' to your cover?
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and FREE parking for bikes / not in Birmingham - two advantages straightaway ;) :lol: (thumbs) I've always prefered the London show to the NEC I went to the NEC last year and was really disappointed. If the London show is rubbish at least it's only 30 miles away. leaving in about 30 mins for Excel,...
- Tue Jan 26, 2016 4:06 pm
- Forum: TRAVEL
- Topic: France 9 day circular bike trip from Calais
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Any of the Gorges worth worth a visit. As Tram says, not much to see till Limousin Unless as said, you're interested in the war sites. And again I would stay off the Autoroute, unless you're trying to get somewhere in a hurry My favorite place is the Pyrenees, but a bit of a jaunt in 9 days. Dog
- Sun Jan 24, 2016 8:23 am
- Forum: THE PUB
- Topic: 125 Insurance for 17 year olds..???
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Yup. Honda do a 110cc, Yamaha do a 115cc-Ralph- wrote:Can you still get those?herman wrote:Consider a 110...a fair bit cheaper.
Don't expect insurance to be cheaper though.
My wife just got a yam 115 and the insurance was £97 fully comp
Cheap you say !!! Her Harley Sportster was only £75 fully comp....Go figure.