Post Office Motorbike Insurance Broker Reviews
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So good cover from the PO on both my bikes, and Bike Insurer were much better than the other lot with a similar name!
2 - Hidden Unusual terms such as your policy being cancelled in the event of a total loss even though it is a muti-bike policy. You literally do not find this out until you have paid.
3 - BEING LIED TO by Adrian Flux staff - Another ridiculous clause, if you have stated that your bike is Garaged (as mine are) and then leave your bike in front of your house unattended, so let's say you drop home at lunch time, have sandwich and go back to work - if your bike is stolen you are not covered. When I queried this, the condescending young girl at the end of the line, put me on hold and came back stating that none of their insurers would cover the bike if left in front of the house. That was a lie, as all I had to do was requote without stating the bike was garaged and Hey Presto, dozens of quotes and not more than 10% different. So let me think - £6,000 Gixer, pay an additional £14 per year by stating 'Not Garaged' and if it is stolen off the drive, it is covered... obviously my bikes are 'not garaged'.
I did end up with one still insured via Adrian Flux, that was in error, the rest are with Devitt.
PS I bet this does not get used..