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Apr 05

Posts: 8

Dual bike policy

I am thinking about getting a second bike.  Are there any insurance companies out there that will do a 2 bike policy??

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Aug 02

Posts: 3271

eatcs01 says:

two bike policy

I think Carole Nash do.

And I KNOW Norwich Union (Aviva) do, with their gold policy. But it may be cheaper to insure them seperately. I would check first.

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Feb 09

Posts: 316

bryfor59 says:

multi bike insurance

I have done mine through Aviva for the past couple of years, but believe it or not I have found it cheaper going through a broker than directly to them???? currently mine is through Aquote, however I would suggest you shop around as its amazing the differences from broker to broker I have had good qoutes in the past from Express as well. Good luck

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Mar 09

Posts: 8930

jaffa90 says:

2 or more

I use churchill (its devitt really) and same for the car,i use them because i don`t have these pain in the neck:mad: (cat 1 alarms) which iv`e had many at around £300. The premium is reasonable:smile also you can chain the bikes together when in the garage:smile

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Oct 08

Posts: 56

banditsprint says:


Ebike do it. up to 4 bikes on one policy. 4 named riders too i think.

Second bike made no difference to my premium.


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Feb 09

Posts: 131

harleyxdave says:


Norwhich union are the best for me, through bennetts i've foudn to be cheapest. The only problem with insuring seperately is that you then have two excesses to pay should claim for them both, in my case would mean over £1000 just in compulsary excess, whereas £175 excess on a multibike policy is alot more appealing.

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