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Old 02-02-2010, 12:03 PM   #1
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Full coverage insurance is expensive

$4300/year for comprehensive and collision ($1000 deductible) with Progressive

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Ouchy....... I assume you have a bad Track record!!
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dam. how young are you, how bad is your record and what you trying to ensure?
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$4300/year for comprehensive and collision ($1000 deductible) with Progressive

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I pay 850 comprehensive and collision with 1k deductible with Geico, but I'm over 27, house and an ok record.
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$4300/year for comprehensive and collision ($1000 deductible) with Progressive

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ever wonder why?

it's not like people w/ 0 to little experience buy 750 racebikes and crash them alot...........but wait...........they do............alot

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I'm 23, my record isn't that bad. Like 2 tickets from 2 years ago. And I'm trying to insure my 2009 Gsx-R 750.
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Old 02-02-2010, 12:09 PM   #10
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Even more reason for me to keep the sticky side down
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Old 02-02-2010, 12:09 PM   #11
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Thats why I have a ducati Monster S4R. All the perks of sportbike without the outragous insurance.
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it's not like people w/ 0 to little experience buy 750 racebikes and crash them alot...........but wait...........they do............alot

True. And no, I refuse to take MSF because Racer X told me to
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Check out State Farm. When I shopped around they were about 1/3 of progressive.

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You must be young with a record. Progressive does not like writing policies to young sportbike riders. The rep flat out told me that, he said, I'll pull you a quote, but your not gonna wanna pay it. He wasn't kidding.
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I'm 23, my record isn't that bad. Like 2 tickets from 2 years ago. And I'm trying to insure my 2009 Gsx-R 750.
State Farm, but if you have 2 tickets you sure better not have anything else, no accidents, at fault or not, or they won't write you.

https://www.dairylandcycle.com/motorcycle-insurance/
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State Farm, but if you have 2 tickets you sure better not have anything else, no accidents, at fault or not, or they won't write you.

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Old 02-02-2010, 12:25 PM   #18
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f it, if I wreck I hope my frame, forks, etc are straight cause I'll be fixing it myself.

oh yea, and I hope I live through it in the first place.
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I had pretty cheap liability with them, it was like $31 a month. Just switched to State Farm and im paying $67 a month for liability with comprehensive
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Duh. You lie. You have been riding since you were 5. They take dirt experience. I had them when I was 20. DL was the cheapest for me back then.
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