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Old 20-Nov-2006, 09:51 AM
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Just had the re newal notice thru` from Carrol Nash for my 998 & Jota, 360.

Seems ok to me, would welcome any comments thouigh!
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Old 20-Nov-2006, 01:29 PM
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I have the 996 , triumph sprint and triton with them, 310 fully comp. It got 15 cheaper when i added the triton on
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Old 20-Nov-2006, 02:03 PM
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Best quote I found for multibike was from Carrol Nash, 400 to insure fully comp my GSXR & 916
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Old 20-Nov-2006, 02:35 PM
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I have recently moved away from Carole Nash due to thier breakdown policy.
On the latest trip to France my 900 was only worth 1500. If the cost of the recovery is more than the cost of the bike they wont recover the bike. Now thats fair enough if they then compensate you for the bike, but according to them they dont. You basicly loose your bike.
I found this unexceptable as they could not come up with a table of standard recovery costs. Basicly you are at the mercy of the recovery company. This applies not only to Europe but the UK.
So dont break down to far away from home !!!!!
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ps I am now with NCI with fully comp breakdown and recovery anywhere.
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Old 20-Nov-2006, 03:29 PM
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How much will they charge you for yor new 1098 then................
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Old 20-Nov-2006, 05:33 PM
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Kev,
How much will they charge you for yor new 1098 then................

Who cares !!!!!!!
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Old 22-Nov-2006, 01:03 PM
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Try asking Steve Blake at Access Underwriting (0845 2571355) for a quote - they insured my 996S for under 200.00 including all the mods., and we discussed adding my Jota to the policy for only another 50.00 - I didn't include it as it's off the road at the moment though.
Some time ago I got a quote from Carole Nash, but they weren't interested when I mentioned Termi's!
Cheers, Pete

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