Suzuki have it cov­ered

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Suzuki have an­nounced de­tails of a new Vin­tage In­surance scheme, which of­fers own­ers of clas­sic mod­els be­spoke poli­cies with a great range of added ben­e­fits.

Avail­able on ma­chines over 20 years old, Suzuki’s Vin­tage In­surance con­tin­ues their sup­port for the ser­vic­ing needs of older mod­els, with Suzuki’s Vin­tage Parts Pro­gramme al­ready pro­vid­ing parts sup­port for a grow­ing range of ma­chines since its launch at the end of 2013. The name of both is still baf­fling, as ‘vin­tage’ refers to the pe­riod 1919 to 1930 in au­to­mo­tive nomen­cla­ture – so surely ‘clas­sic’ would have been a bet­ter fit? Suzuki didn’t even make their first mo­tor­cy­cle un­til 1952.

None­the­less, Vin­tage In­surance poli­cies from Suzuki come with a fair few ben­e­fits, in­clud­ing cover at club ral­lies and when on static dis­play, no ex­cess, un­lim­ited mileage, a free agreed value up­front, spare and dis­man­tled parts cover, sal­vage re­ten­tion rights, third party ex­ten­sion on other ma­chines, up to £100,000 worth of le­gal ex­penses cover, and up to 10% off own­ers’ club membership fees. If you and your bike fit the bill, you can find out more at www. or on 0800 977 6883

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