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Just collected a 2nd hand one of these for £30.  The lady purchased it as a pet dryer, but her dog didn't like it, so it's only been used once.
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General Discussions / Re: Test rides
« Last post by PeteM onYesterday at 23:35 »
Am I to assume that a dealers previous accident record with loan bikes might restrict the cover offered - even to the extent that it might exclude older riders?  I know that some insurers want to charge me £3,500 to insure my bike because they do really not want my business.


It might be but unless the claims history was terrible for older riders I would not expect the that sort of restriction so my gut feeling is they wanted to reduce their premium and were happy to put lots of restrictions on the policy to do that. Would not be surprised to find there were other things as well such as minimum age, big excess etc.


Giving a high quote because you don't want the business is common I've seen it done by builders, gardeners, plumbers etc. Personally I would rather they were honest and just said they were not interested.
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 8)  interested
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General Discussions / Re: Servo Buddy
« Last post by wethead onYesterday at 23:10 »
Thanks David, very informative
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General Discussions / Re: Test rides
« Last post by beemerboy9 onYesterday at 22:58 »

The fact other dealers can offer rides to the more mature rider indicates that insurance is available to the dealer, they have therefore chosen for whatever reason to go with a policy with a restrictive covenant, most likely to save some money.


I often hear people moan about insurance companies but buying a policy is like buying anything else, the price will depend on what you are getting, you can pay less and get less or if you want more then you probably have to pay for it or shop around. If you are not getting what you think you are getting 99% of the time it is your own fault for not checking what is included. This shop has chosen to buy that policy excludes you.
Am I to assume that a dealers previous accident record with loan bikes might restrict the cover offered - even to the extent that it might exclude older riders?  I know that some insurers want to charge me £3,500 to insure my bike because they do really not want my business.
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Good man!  Here’s a video for the installation-


https://youtu.be/vBvUB7VIy0A
You sir,are a star.That link will save me hours of head scratching.Thank you.
These are due between the 15th and 21st December, i am due to sail on the 21st to Spain. If they arrive before my departure date i will fit and let you know the quality,alternatively I'll update when i return in January 👍
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Just ordered a set,got them for £44 with free delivery.


Good man!  Here’s a video for the installation-


https://youtu.be/vBvUB7VIy0A
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General Discussions / Re: Servo Buddy
« Last post by David. onYesterday at 09:58 »
Haven't fitted one myself but a "Search" came up with a few threads, this one looks like the most appropriate.

BMW R1200RT / R1250RT forum - The BMW R1200RT/R1250RT forum
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Just ordered a set,got them for £44 with free delivery.
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Sorry Sakm, link amended  :)
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