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if he wants to ride it get him to pay for the insurance, durrrr
El Gordo wrote
he doesn't - he's got his own bike and car.it was gonna be a favour for me, cos I hate a bike to go more than a week or two without at least a short run - keeps things in better working order in the engine, looks after tyres, prevents brakes going brown etc will have to just teach me mum how to disarm the alarm and start the engine instead, and run the engine once a week in the garage. and convince her to take on the extra responsibility
TPO but being a snobby type, I'm of the school of thinking that if yer bike is worth more than the premium and excess combined, you're a fool to rely on TPO.If he has an off, or a hit n run, etc then I'm fooked with a few grand on finance to cover and no transport when I get back.I'm not prepared to take the risk. I'm confident nothing will happen but it's a risk I'm not prepared to take.plus it'll be kept at an address 115 miles away for the duration, negating theft cover.pain in the arse innit
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She is a thieving dirty whore that one.
overjoyed with their low low quote last summer - much higher level of cover, lower excess, more extras and cheap premium (for me anyway, on a big bike) compared to anyone else, saving me a minimum of 50% each time.today I ring up to ask to add my brother for 6 months - he's 30, riding for 10 years, 3 points, and at a prior address had a theft claim that wasn't worth much, about 1500 quid. He's never had a fault accidemt, has a few years NCD and is a professional driver (lower risk).extra premium? £450 !!! jesus christ, I only paid £600 for the whole policy for me, a 26yr old (at the time), less experience etc!!that's just nuts! so now when I sod off overseas for a few weeks my bike won't get ridden
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