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rich88

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rich88 says:

insurance help please!

hi guys

im in real need of some help!
got my mod2 in a week now and im starting to look at some insurance quotes in more detail

iv gone through loads of comparison site but and the best seem to be either mce or wicked quotes
iv read bad reviews about mce but nothing about wicked quotes.

I want to get fully comp but im only 22, and all the decent "big" companies are like £1k plus

so does anyone know where else i can look?
should i go for the wicked quotes or stay away?

thanks

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

ins

M.C.E.:shock::shock::shock::shock::shock: read the policy,wicked :unsure: read the same.

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rich88

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rich88 says:

so....?

im guessing thats a stay clear then?

am i better off just going 3rd TPFT with a better company then?

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jaffa90

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jaffa90 says:

tpft

I did that in the early 70`s with a brand new bike,I thought that now tpft and f,comp was similar:unsure: God forebid but any m/c accident with tpft needs an independant witness for you to recover costs.

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rich88

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rich88 says:

ins

hmmm yehh

can you recomend any good companies to have a look at?

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SlowLearner

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SlowLearner says:

patience is the key...

dude... get a reasonably cheap older bike, ride it nicely for a year or so on TPF&T, and when you're more like 25 with several years of points-free riding, 3 years of no-claims bonuses and a while since you passed your test, the price will come down a lot.


If you're unlucky, you'll also be saddled with a mortgage and a misses by then too - they'll consider you so sad at that point that you won't be riding for the thrills anymore :lol:

Just consider yourself lucky - when you get nearer the 40 mark you'll find insurance a damned sight cheaper, but you might also think it little consolation, seeing your youth vanishing in the rear view mirror...

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emspete1

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emspete1 says:

bike insurance

my advice stick with tpf/t untill you build up you no claims.words of warning do read reviews from other bikers most have been there and done that so they know of what they speak.  one insurance company you should avoid like the plague is 1st quote, yes they are cheep. but so is there service, they will give you nothing but high phone bills and stress.......ride safe.            

                                   pete   :smile

 

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biker1986

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biker1986 says:

mce ,wicked

mce ok, wicked quotes crap think there is 2 people working in wicked quotes office at least it only takes 10 mintues to get a policy with mce not an 1hr

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eatcs01

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eatcs01 says:

insurance

What bike are you trying to insure??

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dlph189

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dlph189 says:

suggestion

Try these guys www.motorcycleinsurance.com

They deliver a great service at like half the price!

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Warpspead

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Warpspead says:

Cheap Insurance

I have taken thousands of new riders for test over the years and the cheapest insurance seems to be found by getting on rthe phone and giving them a chance to beat each other, try these numbers and let me know how you get on.

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