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Old 11-Jan-2011, 10:49 PM
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Got a renewal letter today from Ducati insurance for my 1098R Bayliss Rep, its 55 quid dearer than last year at 855 fully comp, so i need to shop around to see if i can get a better deal so any suggestions appriciated.
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Old 11-Jan-2011, 11:29 PM
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Kin hell My 749 is 250...ish done with the ones that sponser BSB. Is it MCE insurance.
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Old 12-Jan-2011, 12:12 AM
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I'm with Ducati Insurance and thats Twice my premium if not more and mine covers 5 bikes including the 998R, 998 Hybrid and a 2009 Monster 1100


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Old 12-Jan-2011, 05:43 AM
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Kin hell My 749 is 250...ish done with the ones that sponser BSB. Is it MCE insurance.


MCE for me also. 748 comp was 168 last year and Louise's M750 was 98 comp.
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Old 12-Jan-2011, 06:52 AM
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Fairly certain I'm with Motorcycle Direct - found them using thebikeinsurer.co.uk.

Before that I was with MCE. Ducati Insurance have never come up with a competitive quote for me

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Old 12-Jan-2011, 08:22 AM
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Carole Nash now, got a great deal but ducati insurance (premier choice I think they are) have always done a good deal
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Old 12-Jan-2011, 09:53 AM
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Just switched to MCE after being with CN for over a decade.

848 + my ER5 commuter on the same TPFT policy. Great deal.
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Old 12-Jan-2011, 10:31 AM
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MCE for me.
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Old 12-Jan-2011, 11:26 AM
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Have been on the phone to MCE this morning, am waiting for them to call me back, so far though its not looking too good as they still have not matched or got lower than Ducati Insurance quote of 855.

As i only returned to the UK in Dec 2009 i only have one years no claims as my German no claims were not accepted the bike has Bike-Trac tracker fitted, its locked in a stone Garage i only do around 3,000 miles a year on it and am willing to pay 1,000 excess. so its a joke at 855 it would be a joke at 500. my bleeding limited edition Audi TT Quattro only costs me 250 a year fully comp.
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Old 12-Jan-2011, 12:15 PM
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Been with E bike insurance for a few years after leaving carole nash to save a good few Hundred . All done online.

Used to have a multibike policy with E bike that basically cost the price of the dearest bike to insure and only a few to add a second bike. Got rid of the second bike (non Ducati) so tried Ducati insurance last renewal time.

On an initial quote ducatinsurance were cheaper at the last renewal by a few but when I looked into a full like for like they weren't any cheaper.

Certainly pays to shop around but the trouble is we tend to buy insurance on price, but only get to find out what sort of customer service we have bought when we have to claim.


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