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    Travel Insurance Query - K1600GT Owners

    I've posted this in here because I just wondered who the K1600 owners are using for Travel Insurance?

    I used to have an annual Post Office Policy, but they have a limit of 1500cc for Motorcycle Cover.

    Google is of course my friend, but I just thought I would pose the question here to see who other K16' owners are using for their travel insurance.

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    No cc limit with Get Going and also very good if you have medical conditions - the only requirements are that the rider has the correct licence and rider and pillion wear a helmet for riding on road. Off road has cc restrictions unless you upgrade
    http://www.getgoinginsurance.co.uk/
    This space deliberately left blank as the author writes too much pretentious bollocks as it is.

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    Good shout Wessie, just got annual global cover for the family, on their premium policy with no CC limit on the bike for £106. Thanks for the recommendation

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