Good to see everyone getting on with each other!
How- do Arby, don't worry too much 'bowt the bitch-fest, they don't mean it......
Well, then again...
A good idea to spice up world superbore bikes is to put a sex doll on the back, or even better put the girl on the front. I followed the series from 1989 but it's a total bore now it's time may come around again but with GP racing as good as it is I doubt you will see superbore bikes as popular as it was in the 90's.
Legal and insurance
My son passed his test in 2008.
He has just bought a Honda VFR 1200F
Can someone tell us what is a "Signed Driving Experience Declaration" is?
Questions from the insurance company are -
To enable us to complete the policy we require the following documents:-
Copy of Driving Licence (both sides of the photocard). Driving Licence must match policy address.
DVLA Check Code (See attached form).
No claims bonus proof (Must be provided from your last insurer and that policy must have expired within the last 2 years. We are unable to accept schedules, statement of facts, statement of insurance, renewal notices or policy details.)
Signed Driving Experience Declaration
Copy of the V5C registration certificate (‘log book’) for vehicle. Please ensure all 4 pages are enclosed.
Photograph of current milometer reading.
It is important that you provide all the requested documents within the next 14 days if the policy is to be fully validated and remain active.
Buying and selling
As an addition to Can't Corner's post, be aware that some dealers will say it's been serviced when what they really mean is it's had an oil change and a look over. I had to question my local Triumph dealer over their "full service" comment when I bought a bike. Once I queried it they took it back in and it got a full service.
If they'd just said "a service" I would have been happy but there's a big difference between the two, so listen carefully to what they tell you.
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Doesn't he need them to wear tomorrow?