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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.
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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.
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RAC Motorbike Insurance
Customers who used The Bike Insurer to compare motorbike insurance gave RAC Motorbike Insurance a rating of 3.6 out of 5 from 32 reviews.Read more reviews
After downloading reams of conditions from RAC (accessible only through their website) regarding the policy, some male clerk at RAC emailed me for my no-claims record when I had none, then got a little curt when I pointed it this out to him.
He then emailed asking for my driving licence photocopies. Which I sent them and went missing. Then he asked me for an access code to check my licence at DVLA. By this time I was questioning him on the competence of his firm.
Then he emailed I would have to pay £70 more as my provisional licence date was different to stated - as if that makes any difference whether it is 47 years ago or 10 years ago - I still do not know where he got the date he referred to and do not believe him. Of course by this time he was getting both barrels from me for the dribbling way he asked for info. So he retaliated by asking for my second driver's licence photocopy and also his DVLA access code. I got it all sorted though a female clerk on phone but incidentally she seemed to believe that I had no Provisional because I had no CBT - but these are separate documents. All good now.
I possess 3 years NCB, even then I was made to pay extra amount.
Now a special tool the companies are using to grab more money by using the umbrella of law. They ask for Volunteer Access Money but don't tell the customer and compulsory access money. Hence they can very easily put a burden of hundreds of pounds on customer.
Let me say they are not providing services rather they are taking a big toll from the customers.