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Offline Topdad

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Re: Bike valuation
« Reply #15 on: 06.02. 2018 14:30 »
Angus and RogerSB, this as been raised before and I checked 4 of the top classic insurers and they all knew about the exception of classic vehicles of a certain age from MOT and to a company stated that they would pay the agreed price without a valid MOT as it isn't required .
Being in an associated business to insurance I'd say it was more a case of companies using one set of doc's  to cover a mulitude of clients requirements ,I've not mot'd my bike since but I do make absolutely sure that the bike is roadworthy, cheers Bob.
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Re: Bike valuation
« Reply #16 on: 10.02. 2018 14:01 »
What a lovely outfit at the start of the thread. Fabulous. Makes me all nostalgic!
I found all the comments very interesting and now feel reassured about MoT issue.
This is a great forum.

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Re: Bike valuation
« Reply #17 on: 10.02. 2018 17:16 »
What a lovely outfit at the start of the thread. Fabulous. Makes me all nostalgic!
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