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Old 30-07-2016, 11:25 AM
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Hi All.

As per the title we got there in the end.
Im Ed and the wife's Netty both in our early 40's living in the midlands
1 tea pot lid only 4ys old

Just spent 5 yrs and god knows how much converting a Suzi GS850 G to a trike.

Looking for insurence advice

Thanks for having us.

Ed
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Old 31-07-2016, 04:38 AM
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Welcome to the forum Ed and Netty.

I've no idea about insurance on trikes, but there are folks on here who know everything, and with the right encouragement will spill the beans for you.

How about filling out the user CP up in the top left hand corner and tell us a bit more about yourselves, coz we're nosey as well.....
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Old 31-07-2016, 10:16 PM
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Trike insurance - can't tell you which is best as there are so many factors but the ones that I know of, that insure trikes are

Bikesure
Whittlesey
Carol Nash

I'm sure there are others but not many, and I think those are the main ones. I would get quotes from all three, and pay particular attention to things like, how much is the excess they will charge? (I moved from one company to another because the excess went up hugely, something like 200 to 400).

Oh and you really need to do it on the phone as their websites don't cover trikes.

If I think of any more companies I'll add them but I expect other trikers on here will know.

Oh and welcome to the forum, and happy triking!
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Old 02-08-2016, 02:14 PM
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Hello Mr and Mrs, welcome to the forum.
Another Midlander here, but living further east the last few years.
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