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Bike insurance advice: How to disclose an accident that wasn't your fault

Marc Abbott, 20 November 2009 14:45

Even if an incident has not resulted in a claim (say if you fall off your bike and it slides into the car in front, but there's so little damage that the other driver doesn't put in a claim), you still have to disclose this to prospective insurers for at least three years, as your insurer at the time would ...

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Paying monthly? You'll keep paying even after a write-off

Marc Abbott, 01 October 2009 18:37

Motorcycle insurance can be a big cost, especially if you have to fork out for your annual premium in one go. Fortunately motorbike insurance intermediaries often give you the option of paying monthly to spread the cost. But what happens if you have a big crash and your bike is written off after three months through no fault of your ...

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Legal advice: Don't remove 33bhp restrictors

Marc Abbott, 26 June 2009 16:35

It may be tempting if you are on a 33bhp licence to derestrict your bike, but it's really not worth it. Get cheap motorcycle insurance with MCN Compare As your licence wouldn't be suitable for the class of motorcycle you were now on, you would be open to the charge of having no licence, and possibly no insurance depending on ...


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