Suzuki Burgman 125 2017 £1950 SOLD

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bikerbaker
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Re: Suzuki Burgman 125 2017 £1950 SOLD

Post by bikerbaker » Sat Jun 27, 2020 1:39 pm

dmw1950 wrote:
Sat Jun 27, 2020 11:46 am
I just can't be bothered to sell anything these days, now ended up with 4 good bikes and nowhere to go.
The last bike I brought does all jobs well, the NC750s DCT is as close as you can get to the perfect alrounder.
Same here really, the no place to go part will change hopefully. I did join a local run of 7 of us this week after a break of nearly 2 years riding with them. The moving force behind this is 84 and only rides Honda auto, DN-01, NC750 & SH300 and tends to alternate them but since having the NC lowered and a lowered stand (as advised on this very forum) he would agree with you. A result for the forum as he was about to sell it when I said I'd ask on here. :D

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Re: Suzuki Burgman 125 2017 £1950 SOLD

Post by Capitano » Sat Jun 27, 2020 4:22 pm

A good, and totaly unexpected result from Bennetts Insurance.

I phoned up to cancel my policy, debit card in hand to pay the cancellation charge of £50, and ready to wait for the refund of what's left on the policy.

"The charge for cancellation is normally £50, and you have £9.25 left on your Policy for refund. As you paid in full and had a comprehensive policy, our intention is to not refund the £9.25 and not to charge you the £50 fee. We'lL also send you a £25 voucher to use if you wish to insure with us again in the next 12 months."

8-)

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