Another insurance question for people with two or more bikes.

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by Domènec, Jan 14, 2005.

  1. Domènec

    Domènec Guest

    Those prices, such as the ones for Lozzo's ZX and CB, are based on the fact
    of having the two bikes in the same company, or are the prices the sames as
    if bikes were insured individually?

    [FX: Becks' Spanish] Muchos graciundos [/FX]
    Domènec, Jan 14, 2005
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  2. Domènec wrote
    It varies according to who is offering the insurance. Suffice to say
    that those few who do offer multi-bike/6 wheel cover have lots of
    steve auvache, Jan 14, 2005
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  3. Domènec

    prawn Guest

    I can't speak for Lozzo, but...

    A couple of years back, just about the only underwriter that did
    multi-bike policies was Equity Red Star. I'm not sure what the position
    is these days - there may be more now. Anyway, when talking to a
    broker, ask if they do multi-bike policies and which underwriters offer

    FWIW, a multi-bike for my B12, F650 and SO Guzzi is ~ GBP 350. I can't
    be arsed to look for the docs to check, but it's about right.
    prawn, Jan 14, 2005
  4. Domènec

    Dan L Guest

    Equity Red Star seem to have a myriad of policy schemes for different

    The TS50 was insured with them, but they wouldn't accept a change of bike to
    the NSR so we had to change.

    You guessed it, the cheapest deal offered was by another broker, using
    Equity Red Star.

    Dan L (Oldbloke)
    My bike 1996 Kawasaki ZR1100 Zephyr
    M'boy's bike 2003 Honda NSR125R
    Spare Bike 1990 Suzuki TS50X
    BOTAFOT #140, DIAABTCOD #26, BOMB#18 (slow)
    Dan L, Jan 14, 2005

  5. Carole Nash does multi-bike - I have the Trophy and the 750SS on the
    same policy. Maximum of four bikes, I think.
    The Older Gentleman, Jan 14, 2005
  6. Domènec

    Lozzo Guest

    Domènec says...
    My bikes were insured with the same company, but on different policies.
    At the moment both bikes are with different companies. The Honda is
    55ukp with Bennetts, the ZX-9R is 168ukp with Auntie Carole.
    Lozzo, Jan 14, 2005
  7. My XT is on the same policy as the ZX10, it only costs £27.00 extra a year
    and the fully comp cover applies, only one rider though. The old Rider
    policies were great - where you had a policy that was based on you and
    basically covered you to ride what ever you decided to buy. Most of the big
    companies dropped them when they started making huge losses though.
    Grimley_Feindish, Jan 14, 2005
  8. Domènec

    Nidge Guest


    The twat..........Trying to sort something for SWMBOs CCG 125 (MSoHP) a
    broker told me last year nobody was offering policies for any sort of bike
    under 90 quid.

    Glad I told him not to bother then.

    ZX6R J2 Stunning in zit yellow. KX 125 MX 'I'm snot green -fly ME'. A few
    bits of CB500S in Norwegian Parrot blue. BOTAFOT#63 BOMB#5

    'Just because I don't care doesn't mean I don't understand'.
    Homer (Simpson).
    Nidge, Jan 15, 2005
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