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    Quote Originally Posted by redrick View Post
    I think its the price of the Termi (It was eye watering) as the question on the actual proposal form was just something along the lines of "After market exhaust YES or NO, if YES MORE or LESS than 5% increase in power "but they had me over a barrel really as the call was just i was collecting the bike ! Bastards

    Hey ho I have the bike and I am happy but will be more careful come renewal
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    Quote Originally Posted by Norfolk Tiger View Post
    Did you declare your mug as an extra
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    Quote Originally Posted by jetjock View Post
    Expensive doesn't mean good cover either


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    Absolutely true , GEM seem to always come out cheapest for car breakdown recovery yet from personal experience having used them twice they are very good. But also from several buddies I know who've had to claim with Carole Nash and use their European repatriation services they have been excellent to deal with.

    This includes My best riding buddy who had an accident on diesel just 2 weeks before we were going on a euro trip. The bike was deemed a write off by Pidcocks a few days after the incident . Trip over ? NO - thanks to CN paying it out a very good sum very quickly and thanks to UKGSer a replacement GS was found . All sorted in a total of 8 working days.

    We all want value for money but it's hard to put a value on good cover until you actually need it. I stick with CN , challenge the premium at renewal time if there is an increase so I don't feel I'm paying over the odds . So long as they are fairly competitive on price and they continue to include some items that are extras on other policies I'll stick with them
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    The problem is People want cheap cover , not good cover
    Agreed, my personal beef is the fact they charge £40 for a 5 minute phone call!!

    The fact that my new insurer is cheaper is a bonus? Besides, expensive doesn't mean good either as someone else mentioned..

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    Quote Originally Posted by The smudger View Post
    Agreed, my personal beef is the fact they charge £40 for a 5 minute phone call!!

    The fact that my new insurer is cheaper is a bonus? Besides, expensive doesn't mean good either as someone else mentioned..
    Surely It's only a bonus as long as the cover is the same or better but I agree about some of the hideous charges for changing details , especially when they are near to the end of a policy . I don't tend to change my bikes often or make amendments so I'm lucky in that regard .

    As in my previous post you are quite right expensive doesn't always mean good . However, I have always found them to be fairly competitive (as opposed to expensive ) and most importantly those who I know who have had to call upon CN's service have found them to be not just good but excellent .
    As the great philosopher Keating once wrote " Life is a rollercoaster, you just gotta ride it!" ------Amen

    My current stable of "adventure bikes"
    2009 Guzzi V1200 Sport 8v Triple Black..my weekend sex kitten
    2014 VFR1200X Crosstourer Highlander DCT Camo.. my big trip missile

    My BMW history, all gone but not forgotten. K1 , R1100GS, R1150GS, G650 XChallenge, R1200GS TB

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    Take as you find...

    Been with C.N. for a good few years now, business and pleasure insurance on 2 bikes. Personally very happy with the premium £200.00 this May, and their service when dealing with an accident and 2 requests for recovery to home address. They used professional recovery firm and wait time less than an hour in the Scottish borders. Satisfied customer here.
    Ploughing on regardless.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rushy View Post
    Surely It's only a bonus as long as the cover is the same or better but I agree about some of the hideous charges for changing details , especially when they are near to the end of a policy . I don't tend to change my bikes often or make amendments so I'm lucky in that regard .

    As in my previous post you are quite right expensive doesn't always mean good . However, I have always found them to be fairly competitive (as opposed to expensive ) and most importantly those who I know who have had to call upon CN's service have found them to be not just good but excellent .
    Agreed. The cover with the new insurance company is like for like plus i get helmet and leathers cover which i didn't have with CN. I have to say i have never had to claim (shit! shouldn't have said that!!), so cannot comment on CN's claims dept, but others have said its good as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The smudger View Post
    Agreed. The cover with the new insurance company is like for like plus i get helmet and leathers cover which i didn't have with CN. I have to say i have never had to claim (shit! shouldn't have said that!!), so cannot comment on CN's claims dept, but others have said its good as well.
    They are just a broker, not an underwriter - so all they will do in the event of a claim, is punt you on to the underwriter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul G (BHT) View Post
    Surely they can't 'create' an admin fee for something they were aware of when you took the policy out in the first place.... or have I missed something here?
    Oh yes they can, and will. They are all a bunch of rip off cnuts! Just ask Wapping......oh on second thoughts......

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    Last year 2015 Triumph Explorer..... 1000ds Multistrada...£167 Multi bike policy. swapped the multi for 1200 sport guzzi in August...£41 including broker fees....March swapped Explorer for new Explorer...no Extra but £35 admin fee.

    Renewal notice just came Expecting around £200 for Explorer and Stelvio. £486.00

    No thank you....Carol Nash. No doubt I'll be back with them next year.

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