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garethjl

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garethjl says:

Pay as you go Insurance

Does anyone know how this works, or has used it before?

Would i be able to insure myself on a bike which already has an existing policy rather than adding myself to the policy?

The father in law has a bike his current insurer wont consider me on because im under 27. He has a VFR800. other companies will cover me, but im not going to ask him to change and lose money.

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Can't have

2 policies on the same bike.

Maybe try a cheaper bike, and get the ins in your dad-in-laws name for a while, and get added to that policy instead, before getting your own?

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garethjl

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garethjl says:

Smaller bike

yeh, already looking at a smaller bike (like the Ninja 250R). Although the insurance prices are slightly cheaper, the cost of the bikes are sometimes more, which actually pretty much levels it out anyway.

he's not been riding long either, so having him as the main insured doesnt make too much difference. i've tried all sorts to get the quotes down. all legitimate options of course...

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littleredrooster

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Insurance (again)

I think you had this answered in your last thread. Most (all?) insurers require the bike to be registered in your name before they will insure it. The only other alternative that I know of is a Trader's Policy which will cost an arm and a leg.

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garethjl

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garethjl says:

hmmm...

i think i mentioned about permanent insurnace before, but recently found the 'pay as you go' type and wondered if it would be the same.

keep looking I guess!

thanks

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