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Old Oct 11th 2018, 01:35 PM   #11
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Sorry to hear that. Which road were you traveling on?

I think i seen up in Newcombs before, recognize the AGIP sticker. Hope you get back on the saddle soon.
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 05:20 PM   #12
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Ok, time for a quick update on this, I have been pretty quiet about the details because I was waiting for insurance.

What had happened was that I was overseas and so missed all my renewal notifications, my drivers licence had expried 5 days before the accident and my insurance policy had expired 3 days before the accident, so I was unlicenced and uninsured, I was sure the insurance company wouldn't pay out, to my surprise, they have,very happy about that. '13 Pani with 30K on the clock and they paid my agreed value of $26k. Stoked with Lumleys Insurance here in Aus and the years renewal was $450-00 as opposed to $1300-00 that most charge.

Big shout out to Wilkson who put a few of us onto them a couple of years ago, great company, well worth the switch if any of you Aussie guys are looking at renewal soon.
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 05:55 PM   #13
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Hi Joh, glade your ok and things went your way. My insurance policy is due soon so will look into this company.
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 06:27 PM   #14
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Hi Joh, glade your ok and things went your way. My insurance policy is due soon so will look into this company.
Me too
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 06:29 PM   #15
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Ok, time for a quick update on this, I have been pretty quiet about the details because I was waiting for insurance.

What had happened was that I was overseas and so missed all my renewal notifications, my drivers licence had expried 5 days before the accident and my insurance policy had expired 3 days before the accident, so I was unlicenced and uninsured, I was sure the insurance company wouldn't pay out, to my surprise, they have,very happy about that. '13 Pani with 30K on the clock and they paid my agreed value of $26k. Stoked with Lumleys Insurance here in Aus and the years renewal was $450-00 as opposed to $1300-00 that most charge.

Big shout out to Wilkson who put a few of us onto them a couple of years ago, great company, well worth the switch if any of you Aussie guys are looking at renewal soon.
wow, reading thru this thinking you were in america....thinking unbelievable, no way those numbers can't be right! then i saw you were down under; you definitely got lucky; glad you are ok.
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 06:47 PM   #16
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Ok, time for a quick update on this, I have been pretty quiet about the details because I was waiting for insurance.

What had happened was that I was overseas and so missed all my renewal notifications, my drivers licence had expried 5 days before the accident and my insurance policy had expired 3 days before the accident, so I was unlicenced and uninsured, I was sure the insurance company wouldn't pay out, to my surprise, they have,very happy about that. '13 Pani with 30K on the clock and they paid my agreed value of $26k. Stoked with Lumleys Insurance here in Aus and the years renewal was $450-00 as opposed to $1300-00 that most charge.

Big shout out to Wilkson who put a few of us onto them a couple of years ago, great company, well worth the switch if any of you Aussie guys are looking at renewal soon.
Good to hear. I switched to Lumleys also a few years ago from QBE when Wilkson mentioned it here on the forum (Thanks Wilks). Good to hear that the paid up. Are you buying another Panigale ?
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 06:49 PM   #17
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Me too

My experience was this. Went from about $980 with QBE to about $470 with Lumleys. I now have my car with Lumleys as well, my K1300S and my 1978 SSD.
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 08:59 PM   #18
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Good to hear. I switched to Lumleys also a few years ago from QBE when Wilkson mentioned it here on the forum (Thanks Wilks). Good to hear that the paid up. Are you buying another Panigale ?
Not sure yet Brad, I'm going to be based out of Canada after Xmas so I'm trying to decide if it's worth having 25K sitting in the garage that will only be ridden about twice a year.
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Old Nov 10th 2018, 09:02 PM   #19
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Originally Posted by kensteele View Post
wow, reading thru this thinking you were in america....thinking unbelievable, no way those numbers can't be right! then i saw you were down under; you definitely got lucky; glad you are ok.
$26k Aussie is about $19k US at the moment,still a pretty good price for a bike with 30K on the clock, agreed value is a good thing.
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Old Nov 11th 2018, 09:30 AM   #20
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American insurance companies would have to you to bugger off and not paid you a dime.
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