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What Should I Wear To Ride My Motorcycle?
Motorbike Knowledge
Tuesday 14th April 2015
We all think that it won’t happen to us, but it’s more or less inevitable that at some point in your motorcycling life you will have an accident. Whether it’s through fault of your own or somebody else’s, it’s going to hurt.
Motorcycle Helmets: What's The Difference?
Motorbike Knowledge
Tuesday 14th April 2015
Safety is paramount in all walks of life and motorcycling is no exception. That said, as it stands the only item of protective clothing you are required to wear by law while riding a motorcycle or moped is a helmet. The helmet you wear however must comply with one of these standards.
Getting A Motorcycle Licence
Motorbike Knowledge
Tuesday 14th April 2015
Learning to drive any vehicle can be a daunting process for many people and there is a lot to think about, especially if you want to ride a motorcycle. The process of obtaining a full motorcycle licence is now a lengthy and sometimes costly one and shouldn’t be taken lightly. Although the initial stages of getting your licence are the same for both bikes and cars the theory of riding safely, the practical skills required and the dangers involved are very different and this is now recognised by the DVLA.
“Why Don’t Insurance Companies Just Share Data With Each Other?”
Insurance Thoughts
Monday 18th August 2014

It’s a question which is often asked by purchasers of insurance and one which doesn’t really have a definitive answer. Insurance companies do share some information with each other but

Protected No Claims – Is It Worth It?
Insurance Thoughts
Monday 18th August 2014

No claims discount (NCD) is one of the biggest rating factors when it comes to motor insurance and building it up can lead to large discounts from insurers. NCD, or

Passing Your Driving Test Can Be Costly
Insurance Knowledge
Monday 18th August 2014

We can all remember that wonderful moment when the driving examiner informs you that you have passed your test and you are now free to drive your car whenever and

Is an Independent Insurance Broker Better Able to Deal With Your Insurance Requirements?
Insurance Thoughts
Monday 21st July 2014

There are over 34million registered vehicles and 25million homes in the UK, which means that at some point in the near future it will be that time of the year

Driving Other Vehicles – What Exactly Are You Covered For?
Insurance Knowledge
Monday 21st July 2014

The driving other cars extension on a private car policy is one which allows the policyholder to be covered whilst driving a car which is not owned by, registered, or

“I want any driver on my insurance policy – why is it so expensive?”
Insurance Knowledge
Wednesday 16th July 2014

Most motorists will have a fairly good indication of who is likely to drive their vehicle throughout the period of insurance and, in most circumstances, these individuals will be added