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Cancel insurance when you sell your bike folks!

Post  ellie on Mon Sep 01 2014, 18:01

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Post  terry lees on Mon Sep 01 2014, 18:36

Read a similar scenario not too long ago.
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Post  Wooster on Tue Sep 02 2014, 20:34

Bloody hell. O_o
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Post  Roll The Bones on Tue Sep 02 2014, 21:25

Even when dead the crook is making someone's life hell.
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Post  alleycat on Thu Sep 04 2014, 15:09

Must admit I've been guilty of this in the past ... leaving my insurance running while out looking for a new bike so I don't lose my no claims having to cancel a policy and take a new one out when I get a new bike ... Really not worth the risk though and after reading this I won't be doing it again Shocked
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Post  Snowcat on Thu Sep 04 2014, 20:34

Had a situation when I traded my Cat in for the blade, my insurance had 3 weeks to run and the difference in insurance was nearly £200 if I cancelled and lost over 11 months NCB. The dealer was desperate to turn my bike round. I dragged it out saying I'd not had the new V5 and tax disc back from when I'd taken the private plate off but in the end he just sold it without the V5 and tax!! I was on pins for a fortnight while the clock ran down on my insurance having read of a similar situation, was I glad when my policy expired, not least because my blade had sat uninsured (and un ridden) in the garage at home as well causing a double panic!!

Never again is all I'll say.
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