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Insuring a new bike to ride home

Chris Dabbs, 22 October 2010 15:46

You will find that if you have a driving other motorcycles extension on your policy then your certificate will state so.  Some motorcycle insurers do offer cover for ‘Riding Other Bikes’ as an extension, and if you think you will need it to, say, test ride your next bike, or maybe borrow a mate’s machine for a spin, it’s worth ...

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Putting insurance write-offs back on the road

MCN, 03 September 2010 17:33

There are bargains to be had with bikes that are insurance write-offs if you are confident with a set of spanners. Motorcycle insurance companies work to a code of practice and when a vehicle is written off, they inspect and classify the accident damaged vehicle and notify DVLA electronically. A category C denotes a vehicle which has been written off ...

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Insurance advice: Riding your foreign bike in the UK

MCN, 16 July 2010 17:31

If you are a foreign national and you want to bring your own set of wheels to the UK like US-based Andy Kirkwood wants to with his Ducati 1098, there are strict time limits in place for the length of time you can run around on a foreign registration plate. A foreign-registered vehicle can be used on our roads for ...

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What to do if you disagree with a speeding ticket

MCN, 18 June 2010 14:30

If you get a speeding ticket through the post, which you really disagree with, you are able to request details of the camera used to capture you and its calibration certificate. You are also entitled to request the photograph and video (if a video exists). You can do so before pleading not guilty, though they do not have to give ...

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Motorbike insurance advice: Claiming from a cyclist

MCN, 18 June 2010 13:47

Rob Inder was recently involved in an accident with a cyclist, which damaged him and his bike quite seriously. His insurance company were notified and have put him onto their recommended solicitors. Multiple witnesses and a police investigation place the cyclist firmly at fault, but as the cyclist doesn't have third party, claiming can be tricky. The Motorist Insurers Bureau ...

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Motorcycle insurance bargains: Suzuki SV650S

MCN, 26 May 2010 14:57

Motorcycle insurance costs are an important consideration for any bike buyer. That's why MCN is highlighting some of the best cheap-to-insure motorcycles out there. This time it's the Suzuki SV650S.                    Insurance group: 9Engine: 645cc 8v v-twin  Power: 69bhpTop speed: 123mphWeight: 169kg                   The SV650 is versatile, affordable, a doddle to ride (making it popular with inexperienced ...

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Motorbike insurance advice: how to cancel your policy

MCN, 21 May 2010 16:43

Most of the time getting insurance is pretty straightforward. But if there is a breakdown in communication, or you are not happy with the policy you have been offered and want to change, it can be the devil’s own job getting your money back, or avoiding paying additional charges, even with a cooling off period. Don’t wait for them to ...

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Motorcycle insurance bargains: Gilera Nexus 300

MCN, 22 April 2010 09:57

Motorcycle insurance costs are an important consideration for any bike buyer. That's why MCN is highlighting some of the best cheap-to-insure motorcycles out there. This time it's the Gilera Nexus 300.             Insurance group: 7Engine: 278cc 4v lc single cylinder, CVTPower: 22.4bhp  Top speed: 85mphWeight: 174kg                The Nexus 300 is designed to brings sports to the scooter market. It's based around the concept ...

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What to do if you are involved in an accident with an uninsured driver

MCN, 19 April 2010 16:50

Paul Fuller had a crash last week: “I was riding my bike along the high street when a car coming in the opposite direction suddenly turned right immediately in front of me. "I braked hard, but my bike collided with the car, and I was thrown down the road and broke my leg. "Thankfully the car driver told me that ...

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Motorbike insurance: Hidden costs and higher excess

MCN, 09 April 2010 17:30

Hidden ChargesWhen you are making a motorbike insurance comparison it is always worth asking whether your motorbike insurance will be cancelled if you have to make a total loss claim, for theft or a write-off. It’s often the case that the cheaper policies will have this sort of restriction, and if you have to claim in the first couple of ...

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