Hi all, I have a bit of a tricky question. I have been ringing around to find a suitable full comp insurance policy, called into elders to have a chat and get a quick quote, and it ended up being roughly $750. Now being a 21yo with a 675cc supersport, this number seems way way too low (the next best I could find was ~$2500, with the worst being $4000 ). There were a few things I noticed when I was talking to the lady from Elders. Firstly she said 'we don't insure Ducatis, or anything like that'. She also mentioned that the system they use to classify bikes has a drop down menu for capacity and the options are either 650cc or 700cc. I told her to pick 700cc to be on the safe side, but she said it wouldn't make much difference. They also didn't ask me if I had had any licence suspensions (which I have and assume would be a pretty significant piece of info for them to know). This plus the fact that they mainly specialise in farming insurance etc, makes me think that they have no idea what they are insuring. My question is this: should I try to get insurance with these guys considering that they could argue that they didnt insure a 675cc triumph? Could they argue that they insured a 650/700cc bike instead and that my insurance is thus void? Would I be able to include a clause in the contract which stipulates that the bike is in fact 675cc? Am I just being paranoid about a great deal? Any help or experiences would be greatly appreciated. Mitch.