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Everything2Wheels

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Short term insurance

So the recent bad weather has prevented me from passing my full bike test before my 125 insurance runs out, and I'm looking for 3 months more insurance, but my current insurer wants to charge me for the entire year then only refund me 6 months plus a admin fee for cancelling the policy after 3 months.


So I've looked around for short term bike insurance and I can't find anyone who wouldn't charge me a reasonable fee for 3 months insurance.

The reason I want 3 months is because I work varying hours and only get my next weeks hours the monday before, so fitting in training and testing isn't easy.

Anyone able to help?

EDIT: Oh and I'm 19 so a couple of short term insurers won't insure me just because of my age.

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Amateurcynic

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Amateurcynic says:

Short Term

Isn't really needed, unless of course you're intending to stop riding in three months time? Just renew/begin a policy & amend it when you get the next bike to fit with your requirements

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Everything2Wheels

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Short term insurance

Only problem with that is my current insurer won't insure my next bike as its an import and 33bhp restricted :/

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AdieR

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AdieR says:

Shop around

if one insurer won't do it, another will, although it may be at a price; imports tend to be more expensive (due to potential difficulties in sourcing parts). If you haven't tried them yet, try Aviva; I'm with them and (touch wood) have never had a problem. If you go to an insurer as a new customer, you sometimes get better deals anyway, so maybe worth moving your policy in its entirety rather than after x number of months.

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