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Multi bike policy, 6 bikes, which I renewed 1 week before New AT was delivered for £300.
Removed a 800GSA, added new AT, additional £90.

51 years old
East Sussex
9+ years no claims discount
No penalty points
 

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I swapped my insurance over from a Harley and was expecting the AT to be cheaper but got stung for another £70 for six months which would make the premium over £400 for a year - ouch.

Fully comp
1 year NCB
No claims or convictions
45 yr old
Edinburgh

Suspect the insurer was taking the piss because it was a mid policy change, so am expecting that it will be cheaper on renewal hoping < £250. For comparison my Fazer 600 is only £100...
 

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Nice one Davy. Can I use your address to insure mine? lol......

Cheapest quote was for £100 through those arseholes at MCE, but they had a £1500 excess tagged on..... Then again, I wouldn't give them a penny after beinging with them before....by far THE worst insurance clowns I've ever had to deal with.
 

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I need a VIN # to find out for sure but initial estimates from my insurance company are in the $400/year range - 40+ rider, full coverage (collision, public liability, theft/vandalism) no accidents or claims, long history of motorcycle insurance. I'll post actual rates when the bike arrives.
 

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£101 Fully comp with 90 days Euro.
AXA through Bennetts, through GoCompare
9 years NCD
36 years old
No claims or accidents
Norfolk (not the crime capital of the UK)
 

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£464 Fully Comp Protected No Claims full European recovery 3 Bike Multi Policy with Carol Nash Max no Claims

County of Norfolk

cost a Extra £53.20p to replace my Triumph Tiger 800xc with my Africa £13.20 for the bike and a infuriating and absolutely Scandalous £40 administration fee for alteration to policy details
 
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