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Old 06-Feb-2012, 10:17 AM
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Helet gloves leathers boots etc have always been covered via my house insurance. I always ask car/bike insurers to remove that part of the insurance asI am covered elswhere.

I have been paid out twice for genuine claims when I was road riding. Most people seem to forget that house insurance includes accidental damage etc.
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Old 06-Feb-2012, 04:54 PM
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Good point, never thought about that it being covered under my home policy

It is technically a single article worth less than 1500.00
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Old 06-Feb-2012, 05:11 PM
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I claimed helmet 250, gloves 80, boots 180, leathers 800, watch !!!, rucksack 40. I think there was depreciation/wear n tear to pay on the helmet (!) so got 80% of value.
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Old 09-Mar-2012, 10:29 PM
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Yikes, Ive just done some comparison stuff on t'interweb as i will need cover on the new beaut after 21st April - current insurer wont charge anything up until that time but aftr that its 70 big ones - and MCE are consisently the best option with the best inclusions.

It alls seems too good to be true having read some review online and they seem to be flaky in every department, especially customer service. i am doubtful but they are 50% cheaper, at least, than everyone else.
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Old 11-Mar-2012, 12:31 AM
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as they say.if it sounds to good to be true..you have been warned,customer service is nil if you should have the unfortunate need to call on it.i would rather pay double after my episode.
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