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Old 10-19-05, 08:42 AM
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I currently have insurance (third party/fire/theft/etc) for my bike. When I move to Canada I'll want to be doing the same.

At the moment my insurer is a specialist and the package is a standard organised throught the Cycle Touring Club and the London Cycling Campaign and costs about 50 a year (10% of the cost of the bike).

Can anyone recommend an insurer? I'd definitely be needing theft insurance and it really would be nice to get a half decent accident package. The third party isn't as important but in this era of litigation is would be nice to have that kind of protection.
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Old 10-20-05, 08:45 AM
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In Canada, bicycles are usually covered through your home owner's or renter's insurance policy (for theft/liability. I don't know of any bicycle specific policies available in Canada. Maybe someone else does?
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