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theft insurance

Discussion in 'Businesses and Service Providers' at netrider.net.au started by abvc, Feb 22, 2007.

  1. I had been looking over the net. but couldn't find only theft insurance? insurance company only offer either full or third..


     
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  2. Sorry I cant remember the name of the insurance company but the local honda dealer here used to be an agency for them - offered me just $200 less than comprehensive (about $1000 compo, 800 F+T) anyway so it wasnt worth it -

    It's because bikes are relatively easy to steal so the 'theft' part counts more.

    I dont think it's worth it - just go full compo (if lotsa$$$) or buy one of those alarmed disk locks (if not so much $$$)
     
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  3. well.. i was looking for 1 with $200 max...
     
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  4. The odds of you bike being stolen are higher than having a costly accident. You aren't going to get cheap cover for the greater risk.
     
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  5. insuremyride.com.au has a theft only option
     
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  6. 3rd party property damage, fire and theft is the most common 'cheaper option'.
    Most of the time, fire and theft are included with this, if not its a very minor extra cost.

    That way you'll be covered for theft and if you accidentally run into something expensive, for that too. Worth it

    As a 19yr old male, I had difficulty finding anything cheap, but this kinda deal through AAMI I got for $160/year and i think $700 excess (including the age extras)

    Apparently I'm even insured against an uninsured driver running into me for up to $5k
     
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  7. In my experience that's wrong.
     
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