Club insurance.

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    joegrgraham
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    Just looking for insurance for my Ransomes mg, and it got me thinking, if a Trusty ( covered by the club insurance) is operated with a riding bogey, does it still class as pedestrian operated or does it become a ride-on?.

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    charlie
    Keymaster

    A good question and one that has been asked before. The answer is yes it is still classed as pedestrian operated, same as Barford Atom with trailer etc.

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    trusty220
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    The question has been asked before and the definitive answer is that a two-wheeled Trusty is a pedestrian operated machine. The Bogey Seat is an attachment, in the same light as a plough is an attachment, and it doesn’t alter how the tractor itself is classified for insurance purposes.

    In comparison, a Trusty Steed was designed as a ride-on machine and is classified as such.

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