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Hugh Briss wrote:
This might be useful info for others. Vlad after the theft of your Baja, you insured your replacement bike with Infinity I believe. What sort of documentation did they require from you in order to set up an insurance plan for you?
Also is your Cambodian license B series or A 2?
I'm obviously not vlad, but I also got my motorbike insured with Infinity. They needed the registration/owner card and my Khmer drivers license. My dl is a B series, my bike a Honda Wave.
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They may have asked for a copy of my passport, but I think that was ID for the policy, not the bike as such.
About $150/year, theft/accident/3rd party
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