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|View Poll Results: do you ride/race on track with or without health coverage?|
|i have health coverage or something similar||83||87.37%|
|"no engrish, no social security"||12||12.63%|
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|08-26-2009, 09:31 AM||#41|
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|08-26-2009, 10:03 AM||#44|
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Tony is not white? I'm so confused now.
I've always had insurance. However for the only hard crash so far, the insurance company in Mexico blew me off saying that riding a motorcycle was considered an extreme sport and that was not included in my policy. Long story short, I paid around 10K out of my own pocket.
When I came to the US I made sure it was included, so at least in paper I'm supposed to be covered.
Mel, when you crashed did you have insurance? How did you solve the economic situation?