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Old 02-03-2012, 02:51 PM   #1
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Insurance quote for Ducati streetfighter

Just called progressive to get a quote for a Ducati streetfighter they said for replacement would be 19,000 a year and liability would b 9,200 a year!!!!.....
Who owns a Streetfighter and what do you pay? Any insurance agent on here feel free to give me a quote. 2012 1198 or 848 I probably won't buy new but just trying to get an idea for insurance....

Any help is appreciated!
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Old 02-03-2012, 02:55 PM   #2
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Are those dollars you are talking about? Holy cow! My total insurance on the Kawa EX 500 is all of about $450/year, total. I was wondering what a new Street Triple R would run on insurance. I think I will check and find out.

Of course, I am an old, bald, grey, and slow Viejo....last ticket around 1971, but it was on my Honda Scrambler doing sixty in a twenty...
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Call or PM Tuan, he got me the lowest insurance rate that I could find.


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Old 02-03-2012, 03:07 PM   #4
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just ride dirty at that price haha
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Old 02-03-2012, 03:19 PM   #5
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Just called progressive to get a quote for a Ducati streetfighter they said for replacement would be 19,000 a year and liability would b 9,200 a year!!!!.....
Who owns a Streetfighter and what do you pay? Any insurance agent on here feel free to give me a quote. 2012 1198 or 848 I probably won't buy new but just trying to get an idea for insurance....

Any help is appreciated!
holy t something doesnt make sense to me on that quote, are u young?

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Call or PM Tuan, he got me the lowest insurance rate that I could find.


http://www.motohouston.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=92
/\ /\ /\ /\ PM this guy, i got liability with theft coverage with a good deal
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Old 02-03-2012, 03:29 PM   #6
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Old 02-03-2012, 03:35 PM   #7
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2nd bike with them. Yes those are US dollars! And I told him I would just buy 2 at that price and not worry about insurance!... I'm 23 but still that price is ridiculous!!! Thanks for the link.
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Old 02-03-2012, 03:49 PM   #8
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yeah, until you are 25, insurance on something like that is EXPENSIVE. However, that DOES sound a bit steep. Call Tuan. State Farm has GREAT insurance and pretty cheap too.
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I know since I was 21 my motorcycle Insurance (Full Coverage) was only around $125-150 a month. That was insuring Sportbikes too (zzr600, zx6r etc)
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I'm also 23, own a 2006 GSX-R 1k, with 2 speeding tickets and 2 car accidents. - The lowest monthly rate I could find is at 220$ per month for full coverage.

Currently they are trying to rape me with a price increase to 529$/month!!! Due to not submitting information for an EFT, or form of recurring payment.
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Just called progressive to get a quote for a Ducati streetfighter they said for replacement would be 19,000 a year and liability would b 9,200 a year!!!!.....
Who owns a Streetfighter and what do you pay? Any insurance agent on here feel free to give me a quote. 2012 1198 or 848 I probably won't buy new but just trying to get an idea for insurance....

Any help is appreciated!
23 years old? You're buying a Ducati? Yeah - i can see that. 1198 or 848 would be different.

You're in the prime age group for people who ride WAY too fast on a bike they can barely control and have very little experience and poor judgement. Hate to say it but that is all true. 16-24 age bracket has, far and away, the most accidents of any age group. You're also looking at a high end bike with some pretty serious performance capabilities - and one that is limited production to begin with, and is not cheap to fix.
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Old 02-03-2012, 04:23 PM   #13
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Old 02-03-2012, 04:24 PM   #14
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I'm paying less than 1/10th that on my Streetfighter for full coverage. I am old but still for that money you could buy a new Streetfighter S every year!
I once got an unbelievably high quote for moto insurabce and my new agent said what that means is they will insure you but... they don't want to.

Shop around, you'll find something better. Try Dairyland or as suggested PM Tuan.
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, give me 15k a year and Ill insure you.....Ill fix anything on that bike if anything ever happens......just 15k a year, your money is safe with me
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Old 02-03-2012, 04:27 PM   #16
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Nothing on my record. My budy put his insurance under my name because it was cheaper it was 90 a month for a Harley sportster... Either way it doesn't make sence... Thank you for the names.
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Old 02-03-2012, 04:28 PM   #17
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Ha yea I bet you would insure me! As well as the rest of the people here.... ; )
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You should start with a smaller bike son.
Honestly I agree with this ^^^^

I've been riding for longer than most of your parents have known each other and I was/am intimidated by my Streetfighter.
It's a seriously badass bike that has a harsh, take no prisoners feel about it. It takes serious restraint and IMHO a certain level of skill/experience to ride safely.

But you're a big boy, do as you will. I'm just giving out free advice (which I'm good at BTW)
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