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Liam Marsden  says:

Classic bike insurance buying guide

To get the best value classic bike insurance, there are a few basic tips and tricks to learn if you're one of those currently dreaming of a cool 60s, 70s or 80s classic motorcycle. Use MCN Compare to get mutliple quotes in minutes: motorcycle insurance The good news is that classic bike insurance is usually much more affordable than for a typical modern bike, and understanding...

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Thunderbird6T

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Classic Bike Insurance

Two comments concerning your article. Whilst you may never ride your motorcycle on the road, if you even push it across a pavement, or take it to a show, or use it in trials or other events where the public has access - then it is imperative that you have Third Party insurance. This means getting a certificate of insurance from your Insurer or Broker. The problem can be that the bike may not have an MOT, nor have a road fund licence - nor even number plates! The only firm that I know of who can handle that is Lynbrook Insurance - who will also insure most motorcycles BUILT (not necessarily registered) in 1994 or older.

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bmwgs

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i was told to get on to classic insurances you had to be over 24 so i be putting my bike on to classic insurances next year

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KiraShannen

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KiraShannen says:

It's a relief to find out that the bikes made in 1982 are also included in the classic motorcycle insurance. As I've been saying to my friend John Studzinski, if my bike is the same age I am, we should both be recognized as classics. I can't wait to get a good insurance quote.

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