MC+ doesn't necessarily break new ground
(Vocus) May 12, 2008
These days everyone is watching the pennies, so a motorcycle insurance scheme that's designed to save cash has to be good news. Bikesure says its new MC+ insurance scheme is just like standard motorcycle insurance, only better - and cheaper. It's based on the concept of being as flexible as possible: this not only allows the policyholder to tailor it to their specific needs, but also, by incorporating loads of discount options, to lower the cost.
Some of the MC+ discounts are familiar - like limited mileage - but others are more unusual. For example, riders who don't take pillion passengers can claim a discount, as can those willing to have a voluntary excess of £500. Similarly, if the value of the bike is low, the policyholder can get a discount of up to 20% (compared to a higher value bike with the same performance).
And a really big plus is that MC+ offers up to 60% no claims bonus (NCB) - whereas the norm is only 50%.
"MC+ doesn't necessarily break new ground," says Robert Balls of Bikesure. "Rather, it gathers up all the discounts available, puts them into one package and, where possible, stretches them a bit more - as with the NCB.
"We believe it can deliver the best motorcycle insurance deal on the market."
Bikesure is 100% British owned and based. It has a huge range of specialist policies for the motorcycle enthusiast, including cheap bike insurance schemes for performance and custom bikes, scooters, trikes, quads and bug riders.
For details freephone the Bikesure quote line on 0800 089 2000, email the company at bikesure(at)adrianflux.co.uk or visit http://www.bikesure.co.uk
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Tel: 01263 761000
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