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    Posted: 16 May 2018 at 09:36
https://www.rhspecialistinsurance.co.uk/classic-motorcycle-insurance

Just rang these up and despite saying on their web site that they do modern vehicles,they don't.

Have I got the right RH insurance company?
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Funny you should post that RLO. I think they'll only do modern if you add it onto a classic policy. I rang them yesterday as Peter James wanted £182 for my old stuff. I've now insured with RH for £130. That's quite a saving. you'll have to buy something old! (keep it under the ironing board )
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I did a Go Compare in the end and ended up at Bennetts.

As I tried to send them proof of my NCB I actually linked my entire Hotmail account by way of a link.
I phoned them up and told them what I'd done.
I told the lad it may be better if I spoke to a manager which he duly fetched.
He had my e-mail blocked and gave me his. He thought better of thisBig smile and suggested I should send it while he was on the phone.
By this time he realised that I was no Zuckerman.
He asked for the name and number of my previous insurer and he would ring them and confirm my NCB and ring me back. Which he duly did.
So well done Bennetts for going the extra mile considering my premium was only £118.87p.
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I wonder what he meant.LOL

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I think we both have the same level of IT (in)competence. What is hotmail?
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I think it's Microsoft Outlook.

But I still call the Community Charge the Poll Tax
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And I bet, like me, you’ve both got a gramophoneLOL
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What’s poll tax? We pay rates and i’m Not wasting money on a gramophone when I’ve got all these wax cylinders to listen to.
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My favourite recording is "Mary had a little lamb", quite an early one I believe.
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mine is The Lion and AlbertBig smile
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Originally posted by Brian UK Brian UK wrote:

My favourite recording is "Mary had a little lamb", quite an early one I believe.


"She kept it in a bucket"
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Originally posted by red leader one red leader one wrote:

Originally posted by Brian UK Brian UK wrote:

My favourite recording is "Mary had a little lamb", quite an early one I believe.


"She kept it in a bucket"

Etc...
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Just to clarify, "Mary had a little lamb" were the first words ever recorded on a phonograph.
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Originally posted by Brian UK Brian UK wrote:

Just to clarify, "Mary had a little lamb" were the first words ever recorded on a phonograph.


Actually, "should I start speaking now?" - but they binned that one.
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Originally posted by Brian UK Brian UK wrote:

Just to clarify, "Mary had a little lamb" were the first words ever recorded on a phonograph.


Correct, sang by Lady Gaga on that recording if I'm not mistaken
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