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Whatís the issue? Law is changed to force motorcyclists to have a minimum of 3rd party liability insurance- makes sense to me. I think cyclists should be forced to do the same too. Seen to many Lycra clad idiots scrape cars in heavy traffic.

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I 100% agree with the cyclists need insurance haha especially if motorbike are required also they need to pay road taxes..
I just thought it was odd i didnt hear a thing about it until its about passed through. I mean wheres my vote.
And what about those who have more than one motorcycle.
And im not saying its a bad thing just feels like we are getting scammed and didnt get a say in it
And i didnt really believe it at first
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I think cyclists should be forced to do the same too.
In the U.S., the liability section of the cyclist's homeowners or renters policy will respond. I've never seen an exclusion.

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