MCE Bike Insurance (a word to the wise)

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MCE Bike Insurance (a word to the wise)

Post  Snowcat on Wed Oct 10 2012, 09:40

First topic message reminder :

My mate has just learned a valuable lesson, (thankfully not the hard way) whilst reading the small print of his insurance policy.

Along with the usual 'not insured to carry pillion, not insured to ride other bikes' his also includes the clause 'Not insured for theft away from home'!!

So basically whilst away in Assen and on the couple of rallies we've been on.... Or even if he nipped to the shops, his bike wouldn't have been insured if it was stolen!!

They have never made him aware of what is to my mind, a material fact and I feel he has cause to complain as on that basis the policy has been mis sold!!

All I can say chaps is check your policies and make sure your cover covers what you want it to cover, and MCE.... bunch of sh*ts!!
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Post  ellie on Thu Sep 05 2013, 21:23

Its OK Pete, you will poke much fun at my hoarse vouice, I sound like Dame Edna....

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Post  mechy69 on Thu Sep 05 2013, 21:33

Sorry are you saying in dont go over 50,,, well you need to look elsewhere then cause i most certainly do not !!! someone else does though he he !!!
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Post  sean88 on Thu Nov 07 2013, 13:40

I moved home back in Dec last year and the b'stds tried to charge me £120 (!!!) admin fee to amend my policy and told me if i didnt pay my insurance would be void. I told them to send me the cancellation forms as this being over 30% of my premium at them time was outrageous.. it then dropped to £40 which i reluctantly parted with! I used to think MCE were good with all the extras you get but think I'll be moving away next renewal.. i will be checking that small print though! thanks for the heads up!
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