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Re: Multi-bike policies

Post by Richard Simpson Mark II » Thu Jun 11, 2020 1:12 pm

Thanks to everyone for their replies.
I've spent a bit of time, and no-one can beat my CN quote.

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Re: Multi-bike policies

Post by catcitrus » Thu Jun 11, 2020 7:02 pm

I'm with CN--4 bikes and a van on their 6 wheel policy--thats good value

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Re: Multi-bike policies

Post by ggp59 » Fri Jun 12, 2020 6:26 pm

Just changed from Bennets to Carole Nash saving £74, last year went from Carole Nash to Bennets saving similar.

The person I spoke to at Bennets (while cancelling) said they all do the lower new business quote then shoving it up the following year thing was because of the 10% that don't check.

Guess you've just always got to be in the other 90% then! :D

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Re: Multi-bike policies

Post by Womble » Fri Jul 03, 2020 12:47 pm

I've had a policy with Hastings for the last 3 years, just for the one bike. Yesterday added my daughters 125 to it which I'm buying from her. No problems, just added to the policy, separate Insurance Certificate provided, all for the princely sum of £60 :) no drama... other than opting for no pillions on the 125, don't think that will be an issue!

Incidentally Hastings also cover me for the National Road Rally, which is a mare when trying to discuss with some other insurance companies
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