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motorcycle insurance: How to make sure you’re covered for Europe

Marc Abbott, 08 January 2010 17:07

If you are planning a European touring holiday this year, then your essential paperwork should include a European Accident Statement (EAS), as well as your insurance certificate and/or green card. The EAS is a standard form available throughout Europe in various languages. Its purpose is to get an agreed statement of facts when people are involved in road accidents, to ...

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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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Long motorcycle insurance claim? Don't get stung at renewal time

Marc Abbott, 21 September 2009 14:33

If you have been involved in a drawn-out motorcycle insurance claim and your insurance needed renewing before it was settled, your insurer may have increased your premium and asked you to pay an excess to get the repairs done. Compare motorcycle insurance with MCN Compare Assuming that the other side has now admitted liability in full and you have not otherwise ...

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Cheap Motorcycle Insurance for ZX-6R

Marc Abbott, 28 August 2009 10:17

Pete Linnell has been riding for 15 years and has got himself a 1997 Kawasaki ZX-6R for his short commute and sunny weekends. The 42-year-old's current motorcycle insurance premium is £210 for a 5000 annual miles policy which he thought was 'fair'­ until he went on to www.mcncompare.com. "I thought I was getting a good deal, but after I'd run my ...

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'Gap cover': a cautionary tale

Marc Abbott, 05 August 2009 17:02

Here's how gap cover normally works... Your standard motorcycle insurance policy should protect you for repairs or a direct replacement if your bike is damaged or stolen. However, if your bike's value is less than the amount you owe on any loan you took to buy it, that difference in value won't be covered. Gap insurance will cover you for ...

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Motorcycle insurance advice: The ins and outs of a write-off

Marc Abbott, 29 July 2009 12:11

It's an unfortunate fact of a biking life that sooner or later you're probably going to come off your machine. If you're really unlucky the bike could be deemed a write-off by the insurance company. But because bikes are easier to work on than cars, and bikers are more mechanically minded than car drivers, motorcycle insurance companies often offer the ...

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How to get short-term bike insurance

Marc Abbott, 24 July 2009 12:01

If you want to borrow a mate's bike for a few weeks and don't have third-party cover for it on your current insurance policy, there's an option open to you. You can get motorcycle insurance on a short term, daily basis, via www.flexirider.co.uk. This allows you to get cover for a few days or a week or two. Prices start at as ...

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Shop for motorcycle insurance quotes early

Marc Abbott, 09 July 2009 11:24

Start shopping for motorcycle insurance a month before the renewal is due. Get cheap motorcycle insurance with MCN Compare If you get all your details into a letter that you mail out to companies you’ll be armed with the figures you need to identify where you can save the most cash. EM10

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Insurance advice: How to get insured on a mate's bike

Marc Abbott, 03 July 2009 14:55

I want to borrow a mate's bike for four days but can¹t find insurance companies who can offer both me and my pillion cover. There is cover for me alone with £1000 pound excess but that seems ridiculous. The bike is only third party fire and theft at present and if I was to be added as another rider it ...

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