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    Was far below any other quotes I received, except for Quadsure. Did a search on underwriters in both cases and the one Quadsure was using had a lot of negatives on HelloPeter, so went with Bikeline instead. And my broker knows her bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by SauRoN View Post
    Yeah the track cover is the big thing you don't want to be without.

    They quoted me almost exactly the same as my current insurer, but with track cover which mine refused.
    Some insurers will ad track cover as and when needed for a small fee.

    Just be careful of smaller niche type insurers as they may be expensive when it comes to the Excess. Not all, but do check.

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    Agreed re the excesses...... I am with Quicksure.

    10% basic excess. 10% additional for theft if no tracking device fitted. So for my two Apes would work out to R27200 for the RSV4 and R13400 for the Tuono if they were stolen. Nasty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave31 View Post
    Agreed re the excesses...... I am with Quicksure.

    10% basic excess. 10% additional for theft if no tracking device fitted. So for my two Apes would work out to R27200 for the RSV4 and R13400 for the Tuono if they were stolen. Nasty!
    One of the advantages of being an old fart with a house and contents in the house is that you usually have insurance on the house and the contents. Vehicle insurance tagged onto that policy is often the cheapest and best option.

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    yip... premiums are not too bad. R476 pm on the RSV4 (R136k) and R192 pm on the Tuono (R55k).
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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    One of the advantages of being an old fart with a house and contents in the house is that you usually have insurance on the house and the contents. Vehicle insurance tagged onto that policy is often the cheapest and best option.
    Agreed, I even get AA membership included with mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    One of the advantages of being an old fart with a house and contents in the house is that you usually have insurance on the house and the contents. Vehicle insurance tagged onto that policy is often the cheapest and best option.
    My current policy is contents and vehicles, but bikeline offered similar for the bikes as it currently is on that policy.
    The structure itself is covered by the complex's insurance.
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    R2000 flat rate for all claims.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeTour View Post
    R2000 flat rate for all claims.
    Wasn't track R3000, or an additional R3000?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    Some insurers will ad track cover as and when needed for a small fee.

    Just be careful of smaller niche type insurers as they may be expensive when it comes to the Excess. Not all, but do check.
    Correct, you need to arrange the track cover a week in advance and the excess is R5000.

    It's still better than a lot of insurers that won't give you any track cover at all. Many not even for riding schools.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pyro View Post
    Wasn't track R3000, or an additional R3000?
    Found the form's, it is R2000 flat rate excess for all claims, with track being R3000 additional for own damage claims.

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    I contacted Stranger for a quote and I am very pleased to say I accepted it.

    Stranger, thanks for your help.

    Good service, good price and the guys went the extra mile. Pop him a PM, you will not be sorry


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    Quote Originally Posted by AMZ View Post
    One of the advantages of being an old fart with a house and contents in the house is that you usually have insurance on the house and the contents. Vehicle insurance tagged onto that policy is often the cheapest and best option.
    I get much the same until I want to add track cover.

    Then it's either not an option at all or comes at an astronomical cost.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RyC123 View Post
    I contacted Stranger for a quote and I am very pleased to say I accepted it.

    Stranger, thanks for your help.

    Good service, good price and the guys went the extra mile. Pop him a PM, you will not be sorry

    Thanks for the kind words,

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    Bikeline is good - Trudi knows her stuff. Was with her for 5 years, 2 claims and no issues. Only changed as I could get a better deal by lumping all vehicles & household together
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