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Old 11-02-2005, 04:48 PM   #41
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Huh? So, if you've owned a bike for over a month, you cant get insurance thru State farm? Don't make sense.
What's the story there?
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Old 11-02-2005, 04:49 PM   #42
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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?
sorry we wont be able to insure you.

and response to the other question, if you own a bike or car that has been titled to your name for more than 30 days since the day you have had it titled and you havent had insurance yet, you cant jump straight to state farm, you have to do a year with progressive or a smaller company before going to statefarm. if you are switching from different companies, thats ok. If you just bought the vehicle and its been less than 30 days, its ok to insure it with us. just clearing up the confusion
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Old 11-02-2005, 04:50 PM   #43
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Old 11-02-2005, 04:52 PM   #44
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Ohhh... ok. If you've gone without ANY insurance (illegally) for 30 days.
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Old 11-02-2005, 04:58 PM   #45
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Ohhh... ok. If you've gone without ANY insurance (illegally) for 30 days.
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Old 11-02-2005, 05:01 PM   #46
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State farm doesn't do homeowners insurance in Houston anymore do they? Right now im with allstate, they a lil expensive on the auto side, but I get a package deal on the house, and it's hella cheap. My moto insurance is ok I guess, I think it's like 300 somethin a year for liability and theft.
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Old 11-02-2005, 05:12 PM   #47
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State farm doesn't do homeowners insurance in Houston anymore do they? Right now im with allstate, they a lil expensive on the auto side, but I get a package deal on the house, and it's hella cheap. My moto insurance is ok I guess, I think it's like 300 somethin a year for liability and theft.
yea we do sell house insurance, if you buy house, and auto insurance, your discount gets even better, state farm is known as a big trustworthy company thats cheap if you get the package deals or have good records
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Old 11-02-2005, 05:19 PM   #48
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well , I coulda sworn when all the floods hit with Allyson (?) they jumped outta houston. I may have to look into state farm when policy renewal comes around. Cuz right now, I think Im paying around 600-700 for home a year, 150 a month for full coverage on two cars, and around 300 a year for my bike for theft and liability.
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hey michael phan, i got ur quote in but lost ur sn, give me a call
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Old 11-02-2005, 05:35 PM   #50
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anthany fernon i have ur quote as well, just PM me, i lost ur screennames
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well , I coulda sworn when all the floods hit with Allyson (?) they jumped outta houston. I may have to look into state farm when policy renewal comes around. Cuz right now, I think Im paying around 600-700 for home a year, 150 a month for full coverage on two cars, and around 300 a year for my bike for theft and liability.
i have my condo insured from state farm and my parents have thier house thru statefarm, we definetly offer house insurance, renters insurance is 12 bucks a month with state farm and if you have either, you get a 10 percent discount with your auto policy
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neh state farm will not write up new policy for houses. nels your right after allision, they were told to basically stop writing them out, unless you already had house insurance with them before or had an account with them previous like cars and etc. but last i heard they were still strict on new policy holders. but i am pretty sure they will eventually start writing house policy again in the the future.
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hey pete pm where you work at. maybe you know my gf.
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Pete Hook me up with a quote
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?
LOL

You need to buy your own Ins Company with your history
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