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Old 20-Oct-2006, 10:41 AM
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Just got ownership of my 999s and cant wait to get out on her....just doin the rounds on getting quotes for the insurance and E bike are coming out the cheapest....anybody had any dealings with them? i am with Carol Nash at the mo and they arent playing ball!

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Old 20-Oct-2006, 10:57 AM
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First of all, you lucky so and so. The 'S' is my dream bike. Any road, e-bike have been great over the past 2 years I've used them. Running an St4s and a Blade, their price was best and service great. Continental touring was a simple matter of letting them know by email which a real person responded to within hours. Only problem has been on-line tax renewal. The gov site sees my Blade insurance but not the Duke. What bad taste is that?
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Old 20-Oct-2006, 10:58 AM
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try ducati insurance they just quoted me 250 less than ebike
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Old 20-Oct-2006, 11:16 AM
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Yeh cheers for that i have tried Ducati insurance and thet are a bit dearer for me plus they dont include legal expences which i found a bit wierd they said you have to have the accident and then they put you in touch with somebody and then they tell you the cost seperatley all sounded a bit funny to me! apparentley its how they keep there costs down "we dont sell you something that you might never need"
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Old 20-Oct-2006, 11:26 AM
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Yeh cheers for that i have tried Ducati insurance and thet are a bit dearer for me plus they dont include legal expences which i found a bit wierd they said you have to have the accident and then they put you in touch with somebody and then they tell you the cost seperatley all sounded a bit funny to me! apparentley its how they keep there costs down "we dont sell you something that you might never need"

on my renewal its 15 extra for claims assistance

It has come in at 698 for a 2006 RSV1000R and a 2004 749.

London postcode, garaged, social /pleasure use, 2yrs ncb, clean license, no claims made, and I am 38. Dunno f that helps as a reference


anyone suggest a firm which might do better than Ducati Ins?
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Old 20-Oct-2006, 12:03 PM
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Access Underwriting were mentioned on the last post on "Excellent deal on insurance!" You can find them on http://www.insuremyducati.co.uk
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Old 20-Oct-2006, 12:30 PM
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Access Underwriting were mentioned on the last post on "Excellent deal on insurance!" You can find them on http://www.insuremyducati.co.uk

thanks for that, they quoted less than 400 for the 749 on its own, have asked to to get back to me about the RSV
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Old 22-Jul-2011, 10:37 PM
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ducati insurance is the cheapest i found i tried them all just say a bit dear and straight away offered introducion offer discount
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Old 22-Jul-2011, 10:59 PM
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Been with ebike for a few years, but have now switched to DialDirect as their comp insurance was less than ebike's TPFT price.

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