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    Posted: 26 Feb 2013 at 21:59
Hey guys any recomendations to help cheaper insurance?

Alarms dont really knock much off but i know some forums have an insurance company where they get 25% off etc

Or any recomendations ? So far mce is my cheapest at £450

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Can't help with getting it cheaper, but I have heard literally countless horror stories about MCE, all good and well (and cheap) until you need to claim from them, just something to bear in mind.
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I pay £99 through Hastings Direct
 
 
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£99 for a years insurance is the stuff of dreams for me
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Hastings you say ill give it a quote now haha

Mce horror stories best i look at some reviews
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Mce t**sers i wont be using them again change of address and they wanted 85quid for admin
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Two bike policy for £225 from Ebike with protected no claims.  Had a bike stolen, when with them a good few yearsa go, and no issues with the claim.  Mind you I am an old fart Smile
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote GingerWhinger Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 26 Feb 2013 at 22:19
Just renewed two bike insurance with MCE. Didn't realise their reputation.
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Hastings £1,224.16 uhmm no lol

Ebike ill try next
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If you don't include commuting it helps aot
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Mine is SDP non commuting
 
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TPFT
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I pushbike to work and back daily so ive literally put it too a few thous miles and only for pleasure and social

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maybe your postcode?
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Yeah more then likely haha i put i have no security devices etc though

Bikedevil.net tpft £327.45 sounds awesome click buy now and it takes you to mce - £1050 excess!!! Wtf
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Devitts did me a good deal - £267 for a gen 2 tuono' worth a call.
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Devitt £1108 lol
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Heard the horror stories but went with MCE anyway.  Mine was £130, f.comp, garaged at my folks addy with my dad as a named rider only have 1 years NCB.  Only pleasure, no commuting.
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I have mate who was with MCE he crashed his bike and they could not have been better. They sorted collection from Cornwall and had it delivered to dealer near his home Bike sorted. I was with them for 3 years but No claims.

I really think all companies are the same, Some bad and good stories. My worst company was Swinton, who struggled to help me even with a No blame accident. Some say Carole Nash are crap? so what do you do. Go with MCE if the quote is good. Thousands of bikers are with them. Cannot see a problem
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Full comp with mce declared mods inc suspension cheaper than tpff with Carol N.
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Originally posted by martuk martuk wrote:

Full comp with mce declared mods inc suspension cheaper than tpff with Carol N.


I was with MCE for the last 3 years then they put up my policy, Carole Nash did it £200 cheaper. ?? how can that be.
I bet you when I check this year MCE will be cheaper than Nash. NO rime nor reason behind it.
These companies are mainly Brokers, I was with Swinton one year but Insured By Eagle Star, renewal was way over the top, went to another company saved mega bucks and Guess who was my insurer Eagle Star. SAME BLOODY POLICY
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I tried MCN compare thing, £161, fully comp, £300 ex, bikesure i think, including to and from work and pillion cover ? SmileSmile, but iam old Big smile
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cheapest thing to do is stop riding on the road and go track daying/ racing (might work out dearer in the long run) but i cant afford £5000 to insure my rsv after a fault claim :( it was £700 ... i am 22 with 6 points and a pretty unlucky history XD
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So far £347 with devilnet , some partner company of mce :)
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Originally posted by mjdm mjdm wrote:

Can't help with getting it cheaper, but I have heard literally countless horror stories about MCE, all good and well (and cheap) until you need to claim from them, just something to bear in mind.


Im with mce i pay 280
My mate came off last year mce cuddnt do enough for him!!
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Originally posted by Egghead20 Egghead20 wrote:

Originally posted by mjdm mjdm wrote:

Can't help with getting it cheaper, but I have heard literally countless horror stories about MCE, all good and well (and cheap) until you need to claim from them, just something to bear in mind.


Im with mce i pay 280
My mate came off last year mce cuddnt do enough for him!!



I also second this about MCE. My mate was dealt with very well.

They (MCE) insure thousands of bikers they cannot be all bad.
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That rich chap martin lewis reckons you should change everytime. I went through a different insurer the last three years saving each time so there is some truth in that. MCE offered the cheapest until we added the extras, cans etc. 
Bikesure was cheapest this time and before that went through express insurance. MCE do offer the best freebies chucked in on average, like breakdown,legal etc. All the bloody leg work looking about though bores me. Go with best cover you can afford of course. 
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mce £272 tpft im 24   2 years ncb maybe bad rep but cheap as fook
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Any decent quote is with like £1000+ excesss!!
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