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Old 04-Apr-2016, 05:10 PM
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European Breakdown Insurance

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Looking at doing 3 days in europe soon and wondered if you have any good recommendations ?

I have 2012 1199S and wanted to make sure it can be returned etc to the UK or repaired if its breaks down... not that it would dare to
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Old 04-Apr-2016, 11:19 PM
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Not sure on insurance but have you tried BikeShuttle? They get your bike and gear to Geneva in a truck while you fly. Save yourself for the fun bits.


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Old 05-Apr-2016, 07:31 AM
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I have my bike insured with Carole Nash which includes basic Euro insurance but I took out their (reasonable) travel insurance too...

https://www.carolenash.com/other-insurance/travel

However, I did note an interesting Travel insurance for bikers the other day:

http://www.sorrymate.com/Travelmaster-Insurance/

Good luck, please post up any good agents.


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Old 05-Apr-2016, 09:02 AM
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Guys

I have travel and bike insurance - i was mainly interersted in BREAKDOWN COVER


Was told "Vehicle Rescue Direct" has a very good recomendation on forums for fixing/returning motorcycles..

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Old 09-Apr-2016, 10:32 AM
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I bought a policy from Vehicle Rescue Direct a few years ago to cover a weekend away in France/Belgium.
It was under 20 and fortunately I never had to make use of it!

IIRC the policy was underwritten by AXA so plenty of clout behind it.


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I have "free" AA with my bank account and the last time I took a bike over I added additional European cover for a small fee (cannot remember how much though). So if you have free uk cover through any odd avenues it may be easier to just extend that?..
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