- Home insurance and covering bikes…
Who do people use for their home insurance and covering their bikes?
Just about to buy a house and have heard good things previously about M&S but they have recently changed for the worse by all accounts?
Any info would be great as with all this mortgage, life cover, energytarifs, surveys, etc etc my brain is fried!!!Posted 6 years agostreetMember
I’m with More Than and have got my bike on my house insurance. I didn’t have my old bike specified so when some scrotes broke into my house and took it, I only got £500 back for it. When I got my new bike I made sure it was covered fully. I think it cost me about an extra £180ish on my policy to get it insured for £2500 both in and away from the home, don’t know if thats a good deal or not as I didn’t shop around at the time.
Apart from that More Than were the cheapest for general home insurance for me and the way they dealt with my break in was excellent. I had a cheque for the value of all the missing items about 10 days after it happened!Posted 6 years ago
Im having a mare – Currently got m and s – on old terms – cant upgrade that to buildings insurance as well they wont let me and ill be on the new terms at the end of this year anyway
Need a new policy
Have more bikes than m and s allow and worth more than green bee will insure
What is everyone else doing ..Posted 6 years agomrflakyMember
Just swapped from M&S for this reason, gone with Sainsbury’s insurance, bike is down as a stand alone item, at 4K which includes accidental damage as well.
I phone Sainsbury’s to confirm that there cover is as good as it says it is and have been confirmed that the bike is covered at the 4K and if I break it out riding it will be covered! Madness.Posted 6 years ago
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