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Slaying the myths

Yesterday, BBC Radio 4’s 'You and Yours' asked listeners whether cyclists should take a test and have number plates and insurance. CTC campaigner, Sam Jones seeks to slay these myths.
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It’s a great shame that the BBC appears to be building a reputation of having an anti-cyclist stance. Last November, BBC Breakfast ran its series 'Cycling - The Road Ahead'. It turned out to be a missed opportunity for the BBC to broadcast a meaningful debate that might have educated the wider public, which frequently and sadly is misinformed about cycling.

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CTC insurance - for you, your bike and your activities
CTC provides a range of insurance policies to cover both you, your bike and your activities. But what do they cover you for? Consult our fact sheets for the details of each policy but also take a look at the list of FAQs below if you need a bit more help.

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  • What does Third Party Insurance mean?

It protects the 'Insured' against claims made for injury, loss or damage resulting from alleged negligence of the 'Insured'.

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