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Registering a 12 year old unused bike

MCN, 30 July 2010 17:00

Elliot Reeves bought a 12-year-old bike VFR750F which has never been registered (it has been in a private collection from new). He wants to register it through the dealer he's buying it from, because the DVLA website said this was the easiest way. He also wants to put a cherished plate on it which happens to be an S prefix to ...

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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 advice: Keeping my no claims discount

Chris Dabbs, 30 April 2010 15:02

Q. I am seriously contemplating selling my bike and giving the biking life a break for a few years with other commitments taking priority at the moment. The question is, what will happen to my No Claims Bonus IF I do not insure a bike for X amount of years? This happened to my uncle nearly ten years ago where ...

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Bike insurance advice: No Claims Discount and Licence Endorsements

MCN, 28 April 2010 15:04

No Claims DiscountOnce you have built up a healthy No Claims Discount (NCD) on your bike insurance, you don’t want to lose it for a minor claim and be forced to compare bike insurance policies from companies all over again. The good news is that some bike insurance companies will let you protect your NCD, if you are willing to ...

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Bike insurance: Make sure your details are accurate and you have the right cover

MCN, 19 April 2010 15:52

The internet has made it so much easier to compare motorcycle insurance. Back in the good old days there were insurance brokers on every High Street and you would have to ring them or pitch up at their offices, give them all your details and wait while they compared different insurance packages for your motorcycle. Back then Norwich Union dominated ...

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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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Motorbike insurance advice: Non-fault accidents and insuring bike kit

MCN, 09 April 2010 17:16

Non-fault accidentsWhen you are making a motorbike insurance comparison, be sure to include all the accidents on your motorbike, even if you didn’t make an actual insurance claim, or there wasn’t one against you. Say you came off your motorbike and it slid along the road and hit a car in front three years ago, writing off the bike. But ...

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How to insure a track day bike

Chris Dabbs, 17 December 2009 16:31

If you have a track day or race bike that you want to keep covered against theft between days out, but which isn't road-legal (so you can't get it covered on a usual policy) then specialist motor sports insurance broker Lockton can help. Save cash on motorcycle insurance with MCN Compare The good news is Lockton has reduced the rates ...

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Can you insure your bike at a relative's low-risk address?

Chris Dabbs, 10 December 2009 16:06

These days with families moving around the country for work etc, we've probably all got relatives living in lower risk areas so there's a temptation to nominate that address as the primary address for your bike insurance as an insurance company will set the premium on where the bike is primarily kept, which is usually your home address. Save cash ...

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How to insure an unknown bike!

Chris Dabbs, 30 November 2009 09:40

There are lots of new cheap and cheerful Chinese and Taiwanese copies of Japanese learner-class bikes on the market at the moment, but the insurance industry has struggled to keep up with this new wave and buyers either find their insurer has either never heard of the bike, or want to insure it as a “Hongsow 123” a completely different ...

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