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gapraja

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gapraja says:

Learner to full test

Hi, Need some help with my lad, just passed his mod 1,

booked his module 2 for the 25 of August, his insurance runs out at midnight on the 24th. whats the best way of staying insured without breaking the bank. He is on a CBR125, renewal of £816, he will pass on the 25th. His present insurer won't extend his insurance and won't give him a short term. Lexham.  Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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Amateurcynic

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Amateurcynic says:

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Why you only want short term cover? Is your lad is going to stop riding as soon as he passes his test? If not (as I suspect) then all you need to check is that he can update the policy to another bike when/if he gets one. There's always the option of cancelling a policy although there's usually a fee for doing this. Try shopping round too (if you haven't already), it's surprising the difference between brokers! Have a look at the back pages of a few of the bike mags for a few to look at. Best of luck

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