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Old 15-Jul-2005, 03:39 PM
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got my 888 insurance with ducati insurance (who also happened to be the cheapest i could get), i've just rang them to ask how much extra it would cost to put my 900 superlight on the same policy, and they came back with 0 that's right, 0, nothing, nadda, zilch. has to be the best ducati related deal i've ever had.

i can't believe it, and the lady on the phone couldn't believe it either. looks like i'm going to be hanging on to her for a bit longer.
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Old 15-Jul-2005, 03:51 PM
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Nice one.

I was stunned when it only cost about 80 quid to add the SP4 on my policy with the SPS and superlight.

I can get 4 bikes on my policy, so 1 more to go !
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Old 15-Jul-2005, 04:38 PM
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Nice piece of news Cris,

I remember, years ago when I were a lad (cue pipe and slippers moment!), I changed a car policy and was told there was no additional premium. I had the agent confirm this and call me back, which he did... so I made the change and bought the car. Upon renewal, 9 months later, I was asked why the addition 145 hadn't been paid!! Need I say I didn't pay it?

Didn't mean that to sound like a rant, but from my experience you ought to make sure that you've got something in writing.
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Old 15-Jul-2005, 04:42 PM
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Grrrr......

Renewal time for me at the moment. What a frickin nightmare experience this is. Renewal premium came in a 150bucks more than last year....

Cue loads of phoning around, currently Carole Nash and Roadsure battling it out. 300bucks off renewal quote so far....

DI were hopeless as ever for me.
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Old 15-Jul-2005, 04:50 PM
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you ought to make sure that you've got something in writing.

They did say that they've made the changes to my policy and will be sending it straight out in the post. can't ask for anymore than that.
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Old 15-Jul-2005, 05:38 PM
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i can't believe it, and the lady on the phone couldn't believe it either. looks like i'm going to be hanging on to her for a bit longer.

Blimey! They ARE friendly at Ducati Insurance aren't they!
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