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Old 05-23-2008, 11:01 AM   #61
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Thieves are everywhere. Always try to park next to the door if your out and about anywhere. I almost had mine stolen at whataburger, either when I was washing my hands or orderingaround a minute window they had to operate in. After that, the he11 with everyone I always park next to the door now, you ALWAYS got to be worried.
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Old 05-23-2008, 11:22 AM   #62
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i had my bike stolen a few years back. full coverage insurance took care of it. the guy that took the bike was riding it and ran a light... broke both his legs in the accident when he hit the car. a few years later i get a phone call from the DA asking me to come to court to testify against him... he got 2 years and a 5K fine and had to pay the insurance company back for there loss.

i now keep mine inside my apt. with theft insurance.
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Old 05-23-2008, 11:47 AM   #63
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Old 05-23-2008, 12:14 PM   #64
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If they steal my bike, that is fully Insured, I don't want it back! No telling what a POS thief has done to it while he had on his 8 hour joy ride!

Hope he crashes it & both die in a firery ball of flames!!

Good riddens...then I collect, & go buy me a new toy!

Got back my stolen custom Mazda truck once, after thieves stripped what they wanted, then crashed it! What a piece of that was after the ins. paid to fix it! Not to mention, the down time for repairs!

Bottom line Full Coverage = Piece of mind!!

A new Bike or car only takes a signature!!
that is exactly how i see it... i have gap coverage... so i'll just go get a newer bike with less miles
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