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BeMoto quoted me £215 to renew on my 2018 SDR, which is £10 cheaper than last year!

That includes protected NCD and the following as standard
  • £100,000 Legal Expenses Insurance for uninsured loss claims and motor prosecution defence, if you're are risk of losing your licence
  • European cover extension for up to 90-days per trip
  • UK & European RAC breakdown, including cover at home, roadside assistance, recovery &
    onward travel
  • £20,000 Personal Accident Insurance
  • £1,500 Helmet & Leathers Insurance, for protective clothing damaged in a motorcycle
    24-hour UK based bike specialist claims team
    And.... NO broker fees to make changes to your policy mid-term

    I'm pleased with that, and will not bother getting alternative quotes like I usually do.


 

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Will give them a go when renewal time comes around (y)

I've actually had a multi-bike policy with Bikesure for about 4 years - their renewals have always been surprisingly competitive and changing bikes has been painless(ish).

I'm surprised to see a MAG affiliation on BeMotos homepage when Bikesure are the MAG policy providers - I wonder if Bikesure and BeMoto are linked somehow.
 

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Well I was with Bemoto for 2 years same Bike just standard Carbon Cover and I was quoted on Renewal £223 but on a comparison site it was £200 :confused: anyway I have just renewed with Bennetts for £154 same cover AXA ins Fully Comp :)
 

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Please do not forget that the likes of Bemotto etc are only the brokers (middlemen), it is the underwritters that you need to point fingers at
 

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Well, mine is insured comprehensive with Hastings Direct and it cost me £88.
And that’s with only 1 years NCB as l only came back to biking last year.
 

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Just tried BeMoto for two renewals and they were 50% more on both.
 

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Over here, insurance costs vary massively across different companies for the different bikes in the household. My 1190 Adv is cheaper than the 500exc, both with different companies that gave the cheapest deals. The 500exc price with the 1190 company was around 3 times higher than what I pay. I guess the 1190 is an old fart's bike, and the 500 isn't, even if it's ridden by an old fart. And the kids' Vespas are a fucking nightmare, and with a third company that was cheapest for them.
 

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Nope, smallest bike l ever owned was my Honda CB100N back in 1979.

Although all my friends had them and l came close to buying a Suzuki AP50.
 
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