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Multi bike policy providers

Im with carole nash at the minute, but the renewal is nuts, i believe principal also do multibikes, anyone else?
Not looking for anything but names of multibike providers, thanks lads.
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Old 23rd December 2018, 01:45 AM #2
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Principal are 50 for second bike,depends on quote on first bike
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Old 23rd December 2018, 06:11 AM #3
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Don't worry, CN will also go down considerably once you'll pit it against Principal.
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They will match principles quote. Get back to them with it.
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Yep, thanks lads, thats what im trying to do, my question is are principal the only other option?
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Yep, thanks lads, thats what im trying to do, my question is are principal the only other option?
In my case, yes. CN and Principal are the only reasonable choice.

Axa (previously Aon) do multi-bike cover, but they have always
given me ridiculously high quotes, more than double what the
others are offering.

Liberty don't do multi-bike, so they are no good to me.

I could never call MCE because they don't have a proper
phone number.

Carole Nash will always take the piss with renewal quotes.
Get a better quote from Principal or someone else. When
you get a good quote, BUY THE POLICY - don't use it as
a stick to beat Carole Nash down to a lower price.
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In my case, yes. CN and Principal are the only reasonable choice.

Axa (previously Aon) do multi-bike cover, but they have always
given me ridiculously high quotes, more than double what the
others are offering.

Liberty don't do multi-bike, so they are no good to me.

I could never call MCE because they don't have a proper
phone number.

Carole Nash will always take the piss with renewal quotes.
Get a better quote from Principal or someone else. When
you get a good quote, BUY THE POLICY - don't use it as
a stick to beat Carole Nash down to a lower price.

Sound mate
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Don't worry, CN will also go down considerably once you'll pit it against Principal.
Yup they smashed them out of the water for me this year
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