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Old 11-01-2005, 08:31 PM   #21
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Old 11-01-2005, 08:31 PM   #22
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Alright sorry gentlemen, Let me be a little bit more detail.

Racer X is indeed right, if you have outstanding tickets, and I mean outstanding, your better off with progressive motorcycle insurance, but please note that is IF you are only insuring your motorcycle only, if you have your car and bike insured thru statefarm, we can definetly get it cheaper. Lojack, defensive driving, alarm, MSF, all gets you a discount. And M endorsement on your license is a must. If your bike has been titled to your name more than 30 days, we will not be able to insure you. If you just bought the bike, then we would. Please PM me with your info or call the office or myself to get a direct quote. Questions are always welcome, just call or message me. Thanks
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what can you give me for a 16 yr old on a 600 bike r6 with the msf class taken?
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Old 11-01-2005, 09:07 PM   #25
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dude i remember when i was 16 and had my dirt bike and car i was ruthless lol.. I mean im no start on a 250 and move your way up but at least be smart enough to have some driving experence b4 you jump on a ss bike.....
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hey pete you sure about the multi vehicle discount? i have both my car and bike insured there. and they said i can't. hmm maybe i should ask again its been a while. my gf works for state farm, even though i can't get a hook up because everything goes through the central people in austin.
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hey pete you sure about the multi vehicle discount? i have both my car and bike insured there. and they said i can't. hmm maybe i should ask again its been a while. my gf works for state farm, even though i can't get a hook up because everything goes through the central people in austin.

im sure i can, just PM me
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lol a funeral good 1 player i want a bike just to get me to school and home which is like 2 miles away and learn how to ride there and move on goin further BUT i am goin to take the class
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then a ninja250 would be perfect, do you really need a bike that does 150 to go 2 miles........
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nope thats what i plan to start with a 250 but a 600 like maybe 2 years later i was just curious to see what he had to say
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dont do that man. you need to learn to drive first. Not hating just saying every average teenage gets into wrecks in cars let alone bikes.
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nope thats what i plan to start with a 250 but a 600 like maybe 2 years later i was just curious to see what he had to say
yeah stick with a 250 if you have to ride but honestly get some dirt bike riding time and get some of the main fundemtals down first.
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I'm 31 yrs old and I'm looking at trading in my 750 Katana for an '06 Busa
I have had a few tickets.
In 2003 I had 3 speeding tickets and two accidents (Failure to control Speed tickets)
Only 3 of these tickets were 10 mph or more over the speed limit.
In 2004 I had 4 speeding tickets and only one minor accident (no tickets involved)
2005 record is clear.

What kind of payments would I be looking at for full coverage?
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Alright sorry gentlemen, Let me be a little bit more detail.

Racer X is indeed right, if you have outstanding tickets, and I mean outstanding, your better off with progressive motorcycle insurance, but please note that is IF you are only insuring your motorcycle only, if you have your car and bike insured thru statefarm, we can definetly get it cheaper. Lojack, defensive driving, alarm, MSF, all gets you a discount. And M endorsement on your license is a must. If your bike has been titled to your name more than 30 days, we will not be able to insure you. If you just bought the bike, then we would. Please PM me with your info or call the office or myself to get a direct quote. Questions are always welcome, just call or message me. Thanks
Huh? So, if you've owned a bike for over a month, you cant get insurance thru State farm? Don't make sense.
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I'm 31 yrs old and I'm looking at trading in my 750 Katana for an '06 Busa
I have had a few tickets.
In 2003 I had 3 speeding tickets and two accidents (Failure to control Speed tickets)
Only 3 of these tickets were 10 mph or more over the speed limit.
In 2004 I had 4 speeding tickets and only one minor accident (no tickets involved)
2005 record is clear.

What kind of payments would I be looking at for full coverage?
let alone your newness to riding, your driving record indicates you don't need a busa. state farm would laugh at you and your driving record.....and i wouldn't blame them........... :laughing6
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