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Cheapest bike insurance?

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by BusDriver, 14 Mar 2008.

  1. BusDriver

    BusDriver New Member

    Does anyone know of a company offering the cheapest bike insurance?


    Simon
     
  2. Muddyfox

    Muddyfox Veteran

    C T C are pretty good i believe

    Simon
     
  3. Steve Austin

    Steve Austin The Marmalade Kid

    Location:
    Mlehworld
    M&S home insurance has good cover for bikes
     
  4. carlpie

    carlpie New Member

    I had the home and contents insured with Tesco - (go figure) - and when the inevitable happened and my beautiful, customized, singulated, cut down flats, Hardrock (cost me £250 for parts plus the sweat) was swiped in the city.....bless them, the good people at Tesco put me in contact with the good people at Bikehut (don't laugh, the new store in Clapham rates) a voucher for £850 came my way and a new Kona Jake came home with me that week to ease the pain.

    Tesco - but make sure you nominate your bikes details on the policy and request the special cover for individual items - this meant my excess was only £15....yippeee!!!!
     
  5. davidwalton

    davidwalton New Member

  6. wafflycat

    wafflycat New Member

    Location:
    middle of Norfolk
    With any insurance... check the small print as to not only the amount of cover, but the exclusions, lock/locking requirements and the like. You may find, for example, a particular kind/standard of lock is required, that for cover to be in force, the bike must be locked to 'an immovable object' and find out what is/is not considered to be an 'immovable object' That way you're finding out if the cover you think you have is what you have got, or not got, as the case may be.
     
  7. OP
    OP
    BusDriver

    BusDriver New Member

    Thanks for your help. I'll start getting quotes and checking the small print.
     
  8. APottinger

    APottinger New Member

    I got £200 cover with a £25 excess for £20 p.a. from AUA Insurance

    email sales@aua-insurance.com

    that was the best I could find after looking around...

    This includes tax and gives A. MATERIAL DAMAGE B. PERSONAL LIABILITY C. PERSONAL ACCIDENT (upto £5,000) D. LEGAL EXPENSES

    Not a lot for personal accident but then how great is the risk...
     
  9. Tony

    Tony New Member

    Location:
    Surrey
    I joined the CTC. Does me fine.
     
  10. davidwalton

    davidwalton New Member

    For liability and legal cover, I agree.
     
  11. Cathryn

    Cathryn California Correspondant

    I found out recently that my home insurance (with my bike as a named item) doesn't cover the bike out the house. Am in the market for new insurance!!!