Forgive me for any possible repetition as I have found some, but I’m in a similar situation to the original poster of this one.
I am on the verge of buying my first bike, but when looking for an online quote (which, as I’ve read, seem to be the best prices) I cannot proceed until I have entered details for a bike - which I don’t have.
I will doubtlessly be buying second-hand, so the advice about dealers in some of the posts in the aforementioned thread doesn’t really help.
So do I try to set up the insurance after buying my bike/ before riding it either at the seller’s location or perhaps by vanning it home (and hoping nothing happens until I’m covered.
Or do/ can I get insurance based on the information (cc, make, model etc) about the type of bike I am interested in?
Aaaagghh! I’m a little confused by this.:blink:
A Varadero looks just right for me, but would it suit a first timer (especially insurance-wise)?
Thanks very much for any help,
If you have an idea of what bike you want and the year of reg, you should be able to get a quote online.
Tip: goto ebay. Find Bennetts ebay shop and get a quote via that. You get free leather & lid cover and it was £10 cheaper than going straight to the bennets site. Bennets have a few restrictions, like not letting you ride other bikes. Carole Nash is good, more flexible policies. My fella found some cheap companies via compare.com. He’s on a provisional/cbt licence and got me and him on the Kaw lemon 440ltd for £140! Cost me more than that for just me on my bike!