Adrian Flux ( Bikesure )
I've used Bikesure for years now but that is because most insurance companies melt down when you mention 'bored out and supercharged'.Adrian Flux ( Bikesure )
Maybe the difference is that I asked for the lower excess possible, pillion, 5k miles and EU break down. I guess that is the 90 something pounds difference explained.Adrian Flux, Bikesure for me for about five years now. Standard 98 Bird, pillion and 3000 miles, £500.00 compulsory excess which seems standard these days and with my riding qualifications I pay around £100.00 a year. Costs more to tax the old girl.
make sure your read the small print on break down, with which ever company you go with, some wont pick up unless your over a few miles away from home, and other stupid small print stuff.After a few contacts with the suggested companies, the average is around £190, including "EU breakdown" and "UK from home" coverage and the lowest possible compulsory value (Biksure is provided by Aviva, £200 excess, and can drive other motorbikes).
RHS also contacted me but I am not sure what originated that call ( cheaper and just £50 excess but feels less appealing than Bikesure, not clear the breakdown coverage)
Prices are much higher than I had with MCE for the past year (128) and maybe that explains why they let it to expire.
Money Supermarket summary where most fail to offer breakdown cover.
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No matter how much we read, there will always be some small print that we either missed or misunterpreted. It is written in a way to create confusion and escape roots for the insurance. But it is always a good advice.make sure your read the small print on break down, with which ever company you go with, some wont pick up unless your over a few miles away from home, and other stupid small print stuff.
and one of the things bemoto seems to do better is i haveput my nitron rear shock and end cans, and flat bar conversion on the policy with no extra cost.
oh and pillion cover, i think that was £20, but the total was still£190,, £350 excess.
I also state 3999 miles a year, insurance companys love it when people round the miles up, so by staying 1 mile down from a rounded figure can help get it slighly cheaper.
ive got the usual eu cover, cover to ride other peoples bikes with there permision as well.
I renewed mine with Bikesure again. They reduced the xs to £350.00 and the premium was well under £100.00.
I'm lucky in that I dont need breakdown or legal as I have that covered for all our vehicles under a separate insurance.
Yeah that's right I value thatAdrian Flux ( Bikesure )