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Offline richardcbf

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Re: Insurance Premiums?
Reply #10 on: 12 July, 2017, 10:11:54 PM
*Originally Posted by Biker Mike [+]
This should give you an idea how heavily loaded your premium is based on postcode:
My biggest beef is with no-claims. It's awarded to the driver so why the hell won't they let you carry it between vehicles. They carry everything else across...
My postcode (an 'F' rating in that list) is probably why I can't get what seems to be the average price paid by forum members .  :110: :161:
I also agree about it being 'unfair' to not be able to use the same NCD for more than one bike (both owned by me) on separate policies.  :023:
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Re: Insurance Premiums?
Reply #11 on: 12 July, 2017, 10:31:32 PM
I agree with both of the above  :028:

Still got 2 bikes insured with Hastings but for my car policies I have got much better quotes this time with Tesco Bank (and you get Clubcard points too - Wahey!) I used Go Compare this time but I guess they are all similar based on my postcode of HA1 (Harrow, which used to be Middlesex but now classed a Greater London - and we all know what a BAD place that is lol)

Incidentally, I used to use Admiral and Bell (same group) for car insurance but for years they haven't figured anywhere on my searches so thought I get a quote from their website purely out of interest... Wow! Both quotes were more than double the Hastings and tesco bank ones.  I know it's cars so some may say  :451: but still relevant from a comparison point of view IMO..