Track Day Insurance Providers

Track Day Insurance Providers

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airsafari87

Original Poster:

725 posts

138 months

Tuesday 7th July
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Who are people using for their track day insurance at the moment?

Bemoto and Four Counties seem to pop up as being one of the better providers at the moment.

Is anyone else using anyone different that they can reccomend?

NS400R

316 posts

115 months

Tuesday 7th July
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Personal cover or for the bike?

airsafari87

Original Poster:

725 posts

138 months

Tuesday 7th July
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NS400R said:
Personal cover or for the bike?
Bike mainly as its also my road bike.

NS400R

316 posts

115 months

Tuesday 7th July
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I've used Bemoto. Never had to claim. Not cheap.

To be honest, I wouldn't bother. Take it sensibly, go out at the back of the group so all the heros can knock themselves out.

airsafari87

Original Poster:

725 posts

138 months

Tuesday 7th July
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NS400R said:
I've used Bemoto. Never had to claim. Not cheap.

To be honest, I wouldn't bother. Take it sensibly, go out at the back of the group so all the heros can knock themselves out.
Thats generally what I do do, but I thought maybe this time I would be sensible and arrange some insurance. Quick quote from Moris came back a touch under £250 for 1 day at Croft.

I might just wind my neck in a bit instead.

NS400R

316 posts

115 months

Tuesday 7th July
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I think I paid £150 last Sept for a day at Cadwell with Bemoto, £15k insured value. Excess was £1k iirc.

I wind my neck in, have fun and remind myself that a 50 year old should be a bit more sensible. Let the heros go.

GYTRDave

34 posts

7 months

Tuesday 7th July
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Normally use Bemoto for Euro trackdays, around £280 for 3 days, 17k insured, 1k excess.


Stone Cold

1,436 posts

129 months

Tuesday 7th July
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I used Morris 10 years ago and glad I did as I wrote off a nearly new GSXR1000 at Cadwell, despite saying I would be sensible but billy big bks got the better of me! The claim took a while but they paid out full market value less £500 excess

dibblecorse

5,579 posts

148 months

Wednesday 8th July
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Don't forget with most of these unless its a complete write off there is generally no payout, you'd be better off renting a bike from someone like Smallboys.