Insuring POS's and other things...(and a sort of FS)

Discussion in 'UK Motorcycles' started by dwb, Sep 6, 2004.

  1. dwb

    dwb Guest

    Right, for various reasons I am going to sell the GSX-R. Method not
    determind, will look at that in due course (though if anyone's interested...
    ;) )

    I need to check with Equity Red Star how long NCB is valid for after the end
    of a policy, otherwise I need to work out how to buy/insure a really vile
    POS that will keep the insurance ticking over but costs <£100.

    Anyone got any advice on how that works? Do they penalise when you come back
    to insure another bike? Likely to be buying another big bike (group 12+) in
    the next 6 months - how does that work if you've insured a POS group 1 bike
    for 6 months?

    Anyone got such a bike (or V5[1]) ?

    [1] presumabely I can SORN it to avoid any issues to with road tax?
    dwb, Sep 6, 2004
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    Lozzo Guest

    dwb says...


    Lozzo, Sep 6, 2004
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  3. dwb

    dwb Guest

    I'm not sure if it's going to get eaten or not.. can you try :

    where myname is dan :)
    dwb, Sep 6, 2004
  4. dwb

    Lozzo Guest

    dwb says...
    Sent again
    Lozzo, Sep 6, 2004
  5. dwb

    dwb Guest

    Recieved, thanks.

    dwb, Sep 6, 2004
  6. dwb

    mb Guest

    Did you get it?
    The suspense is killing me...
    mb, Sep 6, 2004
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    wessie Guest

    dwb wrote in
    NCB valid for 2 years. If you cancel the policy early then make sure you
    get a letter from ERS, not your broker, confirming your NCB status. If the
    policy comes to a natural end and you have the ERS renewal notice then that
    will suffice.

    My broker is Carol Nash and they send out renewals on their own stationery.
    This will not be accepted as proof of NCB in the future.
    wessie, Sep 6, 2004
  8. dwb

    dwb Guest

    Hopefully I will have another 'bike'.
    What will be accepted?
    dwb, Sep 6, 2004
  9. dwb

    wessie Guest

    dwb wrote in
    Read the other paragraph you incognitive bocker.
    wessie, Sep 6, 2004
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