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Post  TomCom Sat Aug 11 2012, 11:58

anybody know is insurance is more expensive for R6 then for THUNDERCAT ?
i am to lazy to do all that on the website. i find nice R6 but if its much more expensive i will stay on THUNDERCAT
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Post  MrNutt Sat Aug 11 2012, 12:24

it would all depend on you as an individual though, as for someone older than you with a clean sheet the r6 and cat maybe the same price or have a marginal difference.

just use a few of those comparison sites, only takes 15 mins to do
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Post  weasley Sat Aug 11 2012, 12:40

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote: ?
i am to lazy to do all that on the website.

Then get lost. This forum is not a search engine for your every passing whim. Steam Ears If you want people to help you, try helping yourself a bit.

There, I said it.
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Post  TomCom Sat Aug 11 2012, 14:05

tongue i ask couse i remember some people change thundercat for R6 Smile
i call my insurance and if i pay 112£ it will be same monthly payment
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Post  Guest Sat Aug 11 2012, 15:47

Well I have a 99 cat and my friend has a 2000 - 2001 R6 this year my insurance was £130 and my mate paid over £400 if that helps
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Post  TomCom Sat Aug 11 2012, 16:01

insurance for me was
400 for thundercat
500 for R6
1 year NCD
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Post  Guest Sat Aug 11 2012, 16:17

Thats not bad I have 6 years NCB so cannot compair really lol
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Post  Roll The Bones Sat Aug 11 2012, 16:33

You're not that lazy then TomCom! Clap
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Post  mrfrance Sat Aug 11 2012, 17:00

Then get lost. This forum is not a search engine for your every passing whim. If you want people to help you, try helping yourself a bit.

There, I said it.

Seconded!
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Post  ellie Sat Aug 11 2012, 17:35

I upgraded my 'cat to a 650 Daytona, and I pay about £5 a month more, it's 7 years newer also. If that helps Tom, I know it's a ball ache trawling through insurance quotes. Why don't you PM Littlecat? She swapped her cat for an R6, but like others have said, depends on circumstances, age, how long you've held your licence, the area you live etc.
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Post  Dean-J Sat Aug 11 2012, 20:03

Tomcom have you never had an insurance claim with all the crashes you've had??
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Post  TomCom Sun Aug 12 2012, 01:10

it was never my fold. it was all the time someone fold
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Post  Dean-J Sun Aug 12 2012, 08:05

someones FAULT tom, not fold.

And it doesnt matter, even if it was someone else's fault, if an insurance claim happens on yours or their insurance, you have claimed and no longer have NCB. Even non fault insurance claims will make your insurance more expensive. And if you try and not tell your insurance company, they can/will get out of any claim you try to make in future, if not just decide to cancel your policy when they find out.

If they cancel your policy, then you have to tell every other insurance company that also, which will make your insurance very VERY expensive!
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Post  robertcains Sun Aug 12 2012, 08:20

I agree with most of what you have said there Dean except that if you have a claim on someone else's insurance you will keep your own NCB, It's correct that you must disclose this at renewal time & that the robbing gits will add a premium to your policy Steam Ears
Whilst on the subject its also been a bug bear of mine that NCB has to be built on car & bike policies independently yet a claim will render the NCB's on both vehicles.
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Post  Snowcat Sun Aug 12 2012, 09:28

As I said in a previous post someone crashed into my parked car in a car park while I was sat in it, completely none fault, when my wife came to renew her own insurance (I'm a named driver) she disclosed I'd had an accident which resulted in a claim and her insurance went up on the basis that I was more likely to have another incident because of this one.

I tell you insurance is a racket and regardless of wrong or right, omitting information from an application will land you in a lot of bother and any disclosure will increase insurance policies.

Last year we had a claim on our house insurance and when the renewal came the premium had reduced, when I phoned the broker to question this they had no knowledge of my claim (why would they?) but worryingly the renewal quote was from my existing insurer and they'd not included our claim in the quote process because it was a different department and they were not automatically made aware of it and withdrew their renewal offer.

What I'm getting at here Tom is your insurance broker will not know you've had 3 accidents in the last 2 yrs and your insurance company may not. Insurance is a minefield and putting a foot wrong can be a minefield.
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Post  TomCom Sun Aug 12 2012, 10:23

i ask them and they told me it will have no effect on my policy (NCB)
couse its not my FAULT tongue
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Post  littlecat Tue Aug 14 2012, 07:59

[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] wrote:I upgraded my 'cat to a 650 Daytona, and I pay about £5 a month more, it's 7 years newer also. If that helps Tom, I know it's a ball ache trawling through insurance quotes. Why don't you PM Littlecat? She swapped her cat for an R6, but like others have said, depends on circumstances, age, how long you've held your licence, the area you live etc.

i already answered him weeks ago when he asked the same question on the thread with my cadwell pics Very Happy
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