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Decent house insurances?
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As we are moving soon into our first "owned" home, we need to review buildings and contents insurance.

Any recommendations for companies who cover bikes well? Bike will either be in brick garage or wooden shed depending on space.

wondering if certain policies cover this kind of kit away from home?
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"BMJBOY" Wrote:As we are moving soon into our first "owned" home, we need to review buildings and contents insurance.

Any recommendations for companies who cover bikes well? Bike will either be in brick garage or wooden shed depending on space.

wondering if certain policies cover this kind of kit away from home?

M&S used to be the compnay popping up alot a while ago, Not sure what they are like now though ?
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#3
The AA, check thier stuff.
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#4
I'm with the AA, covered up to £1500 for personal belongings, which includes cycles, away from home too.
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#5
I had heard grumblings on other forums that M&S were not as good as they had been due to the company they use for there underwriting changing hands or somesuch.  Ours is with M&S but haven't had to make any claims so cant say what their like in that respect.
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#6
Asda are pretty good, or maybe they were just the agent..... single items insured for upto 2.5K outside the house, which is okay for me - the only drawback is you have to have B&C with them!
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#7
Aviva, good price and have the bikes on the policy. They cover them if away from home including in a car which alot of then don't/
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#8
"UphillDownDale" Wrote:Aviva, good price and have the bikes on the policy. They cover them if away from home including in a car which alot of then don't/

Good point, the AA also covered mine as 'an item away from home'
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#9
I am with M&S, they were cheap and and a lot of people, at the time, said they were good. I was with more than last year and they were very good when Ash I broke my frame while out riding.
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