September 13 2006.
A new insurance offer, exclusive to RMI Motorcycle Rider Training Association (MRTA) members, could save them up to twice the cost of their annual membership fee.*
The MRTA has joined forces with Devitt Insurance Services Limited, owned by The Royal Bank of Scotland Group, to launch a scheme that allows members to take advantage of preferential and highly competitive rates, including a potential 10 per cent premium discount on a wide range of insurance cover, such as road risks, premises and liability.
'Insurance for rider training companies is notoriously expensive and it can take a lot of shopping around to get the best price,' says Mike Owen, head of the MRTA. 'Now our members can make substantial savings worth hundreds of pounds every year, thanks to this exclusive deal.'
A similar insurance scheme for RMI Motorcycle Retailers Association (MRA) members will be launched as a second phase, he adds: 'We have been working with Devitt on MRA policy comparisons, and initial results are very favourable.'
To find out how much they could save, MRTA members can call Devitt on 01708 385 657 or 01708 385 629 quoting their membership number.
The deal is just one of a package of new money-saving and added-value benefits to be launched to RMIF members over the coming weeks.