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RAC Motorbike Insurance
Why Choose RAC Motorbike Insurance?
The RAC is one of the country’s most respected motoring and insurance brokering organisations and has been going since 1897.
Why is RAC on The Bike Insurer panel?
As well as more than 4,000 dedicated staff across the country, RAC provides cover for most bikes including supersport and touring models, as well as offering additional discounts such as reduced premiums for advanced training and limited mileage.
RAC also covers trips abroad you may wish to take, up to 90 days per trip at a time, and it also insures any cars, trucks or motorhomes you may own.
Why compare with The Bike Insurer?
When you compare with The Bike Insurer, you will instantly receive quotes from some of the UK’s leading insurance brokers, including the RAC.
So all you need to do is decide what insurance policy you want and which broker you want to get a policy with.
RAC motorbike insurance rider reviews
Getting the right insurance policy for your motorcycle isn’t always easy but what does help is having lots of information, in fact the more the better.
That’s why at The Bike Insurer we collect broker reviews and ratings from real riders that have used our site to compare motorbike insurance quotes.
Here you’ll see those broker reviews and ratings for RAC, one of the most recognisable names in motoring in the UK.
The reviews and ratings give you real insight into what a broker like RAC is like to deal with day in and day out and you can also compare multiple brokers on our panel with our broker comparison table.
All this information is there to help you make a more informed decision about your next motorcycle insurance policy.Close
i've had 2 accidents & a theft of my motorcycle - all of which have been deemed i was NOT at fault. - I chose RAC, & from the get go they immediately assumed these accidents were my fault. Revoking my no claims bonus & then further going on to cancel my policy due to me apparently not giving them enough information. Bare in mind i had been totally honest about these accidents, the theft i actually did not make a claim but RAC told me that i infact made a claim for my motorbike being stolen... anyone with brains will know when i say that if i had made a claim, i wouldnt still have my motorbike.. as the insurance take your vehicle away for 'investigation' once you make ANY claim. But i had not made a claim & had recovered my motorbike back from the police myself when it was found. At a huge cost to myself i might add.
RAC went on to tell me they would cancel my insurance but the joke is actually on them, because i had proof from my solicitors that the 2 accidents i had were actually settled in my favour. - i went back to my previous insurers & ended up with getting my 3 years no claims bonus back & premiums dropped massively!
So... a word to the wise, honesty isn't always the best policy when it comes to insurers, choose wisely what information you share with them, even if you think you're just being upfront and 'honest' about any incidents - what they don't know won't hurt them. & what you think they may necessarily 'need to know' may actually be incorrect as i learnt the hard way.
But in the end everything worked out & i came out on top!
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Me - 1!