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post #1 of 45 Old 08-29-2015, 06:50 AM Thread Starter
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GSX-S 1000 Insurance

Just insured my new bike which I`m picking up next week, £128 fully comp, well happy with price , at the moment I`m running an Aprilia RSV1000R which costs me £ 120 to insure fully comp.The benefits of getting older I guess.
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Naked is cheaper :-)

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Naked is cheaper :-)
could have got it for £108 if I keep it in a garage, but because, I keep it in a brick built building on my property its £128 ,funny thought a garage was a building, did not want to take the chance of this coming back to bite me if anything should ever happen to it. But that`s insurance companies for you always looking for ways to screw more money out of its customers.
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mines about £500 aged 32 with 1 years NCB. Cost me £120 just to swap over from MT09 for the last six months on the policy

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550 € I paid for my insurance. If I had an accident I was guilty, I have to pay 1200 € to repair my motorcycle
I am 36 years old, driving motorcycle since 2007


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About £150 or thereabouts, I paid in full when I bought the bike and I can't actually remember the exact amount.
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My renewal came in from mce at 138. Went to the Scottish bike show and spoke to them there and got it for 100.88p that's fully comp helmet and leathers and breakdown included
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I paid about £130, also from MCE. They were miles cheaper than anyone else. I'm thinking of fitting a quickshifter and/or PC 5 and will inform them if I do. No idea if this will increase my premium though
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£142. Full comp for me. Reduction of £10 for not carrying a pillion. Protected no claims. Not bad i thought.
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If you don't mind me asking N.W commerades what sort of mileage and excess are you being quoted on and what insurance company and or broker? From Preston
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