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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 03-26-2018, 03:38 PM Thread Starter
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Factory immobiliser?

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Just looking into bike insurance... does the Bobber Black have any form of factory security... such as an immobiliser?
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Hi all,

Just looking into bike insurance... does the Bobber Black have any form of factory security... such as an immobiliser?
It comes with an immobiliser.
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Thanks guys... would you believe Iíve had insurance quotes range from £2,200 to £375. I get £375 given that Iíve no no claims and havenít ridden for years now but £2,200... wtf!
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Points seem to be a big factor. Loading in an old speeding fine bumped me up by about £200. Expires next year.




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Points seem to be a big factor. Loading in an old speeding fine bumped me up by about £200. Expires next year.




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I have 3 points from speeding also. My car insurance increased by £20 at the time. Still that comes off my licence on the 15th of April so hopefully that will help in the future.

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