Classic Bike Insurance : A Rant.

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Re: Classic Bike Insurance : A Rant.

Postby paul_turner » Mon Apr 30, 2018 12:47 pm

Personally I think they get cocky once established. Just had a quote from PJ and quite a bit more than last time. When questioned, a list of extras came out that were not there before. Peter James was part of Footman James before they sold out so he knows the business.

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Re: Classic Bike Insurance : A Rant.

Postby paul.wirdnam » Mon Apr 30, 2018 1:53 pm

iansoady wrote:That sounds very high. My premium with PJ is around £90 for the Norton (agreed value £6,000) and the Guzzi (agreed value £2,500).

I do believe that most of the brokers use Equity Red Star as the underwriters - PJ certainly do for mine.


I have too many bikes....pro rata, my premium is less than yours.
'28 Model B (project), '30 Model F, '31 SF31, '35 4F, '38 VB (project), '39 4G (project), '46 VH, '48 KG

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