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Marks wrote: »
The main problems seem to be that excesses are higher than the value of the scooter AND the failure of many sites to understand that car drivers with a licence issued before 2001 have full moped licence and don't need to pass CBT.
You need to watch this latter point as, dare I say it, some insurers seem to deliberately fudge the issue until the last minute in order to get unjustified rankings on the price comparison sites, so even though you entered the correct info on the comparison form, their quote will assume a full bike licence and then jump up dramatically as soon as you correct the info when you get to their site.
nstressful wrote: »
i have a Chinese scooter and i insure mine with devitt. fully comp was £109 per year with compulsory excess of £75.00 and no voluntary. i was riding a sym dd 50 and insured without a problem. i will need to change the insurance to a new bike as mine is now no more after an accident. they were very good at arranging to get the bike collected and assessed. still waiting for settlement but it is early days yet as accident was only 2 weeks ago.
hullight wrote: »
I'm still waiting for settlement from an incident in December 2008...not with Devvits though:p
dacouch wrote: »
Thats a long time, which company are doing that to you? Any ideas why they are delaying?
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