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Old 01-13-2006, 10:34 AM   #1
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MOTORCYCLISTS INSURANCE QUESTIONS ANSWERED.

Hey guys,

For the many who have called and PM me and I was unable to get thier motorcycle insurance, State Farm has just changed thier policy. The ONLY requirement now is HAVE YOUR M-CLASS ENDORSEMENT FOR A YEAR OR MORE. Instead of being over 25 years of age/ having your auto insurance thru State Farm (we can insure only the bike now). For those of you who are interested in State Farms rates, please PM me with the filled info below. Ask "j14", I got his about 50 bucks a month for liability with comprehensive and theft for his bike and "stormrider" pays 70 bucks full coverage a month. Both these guys are insured thru my office. If you have had your M-class for more than a year, our rates will be a lot cheaper than everyone else's.

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Name:
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Have you had your M-Class endorsement for more than a year?
Have you taken defensive driving in the past three years?
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If above question is yes, If so, what were they for?
How much is your current insurance for on your motorcycle?
Do you want liability/full coverage/liability w/ theft coverage?
What year/make/model is the vehicle/motorcycle?
Male or Female

Let me know with all this info if you guys are interested and I will try my best to call you right away with the quotes.

Remember, State Farm is the BMW of insurance companies. We are the biggest company out there, and the fastest when it comes to claims. Other insurance companies can never compare to the quality you can get with State Farm. Remember we also do, AUTO, LIFE, HEALTH, RENTERS, HOUSE INSURANCE!!

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Old 01-14-2006, 04:00 AM   #3
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Old 01-14-2006, 10:28 AM   #4
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$70.00? I pay $49.00 a month, full coverage 2004 R1 through State Farm! But I have been with State Farm for 15 years.

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Old 01-14-2006, 11:41 AM   #5
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Old 01-14-2006, 04:46 PM   #6
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dats a good price u have jester, and scorpio u will have a call monday!!
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Old 01-15-2006, 11:41 PM   #7
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Doesn't State Farm require to see your bike or a pix of your bike before insuring you?
That's good they changed their policy. I called atleast 10 State Farm offices last year and they required me to have auto ins w/ them. I thought that was stupid. But I did find a State Farm in Sugarland that sold me ins w/o auto ins.
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Old 01-17-2006, 02:18 AM   #9
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Doesn't State Farm require to see your bike or a pix of your bike before insuring you?
That's good they changed their policy. I called atleast 10 State Farm offices last year and they required me to have auto ins w/ them. I thought that was stupid. But I did find a State Farm in Sugarland that sold me ins w/o auto ins.
nope sure doesnt =) i just got on myself with state farm and im 20 years old and i got liability with theft for only 50 bucks a month after my employee discount, not bad seeing how i have two accidents and two tickets on my record =O

but yeah most state farm offices arent aware of the new policy changes, we called corporate office and got the 411 and it is indeed just to get ur motorcycle insured alone without auto.

THIS JUST IN, as long as you have your M-class endorsement, you are good to go. You do not need the M-class for a year or more, it can be your first day with a M-endorsement and first day with a brand new bike and we will still write u
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My long time auto insurance agent (State Farm) quoted me

For an 05' Zx-12r and a 96' Honda Magna with full coverage on both with only $250 ded. ..... $2028 yr, and I'm 22 years old..... plus there will be a multi policy discount because of the automotive insurance

So definitely give State Farm a try, about $2000 cheaper than full coverage with Progressive Direct
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Old 01-17-2006, 03:00 PM   #12
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I pay $250 a year with Progressive. It was $650 a year for full coverage. It's kind of hard to beat that. But I am 26 with a clean driving record too. I don't know how that works having a bike under the age of 25 I am sure the insurance sucks then. it sucks to be under 25 and get insurance on a car. But I only pay $80 a month for full coverage on my F350 too.
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im waiting to hear from progressive regarding my insurance. Pete quoted me a great price for liability and theft for $48 a month. if my MSF card hadnt expired it would have been $43 a month.

they were also the cheapest for full coverage.
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I pay 120 a month for full coverage w/highest limits possible from USAA. My .02
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full coverage for me through Pete would be only $100/month. im 23 with a clean record.

ive been quoted at $4-5K before with progressive.
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full coverage for me through Pete would be only $100/month. im 23 with a clean record.

ive been quoted at $4-5K before with progressive.
Yeap Progressive quoted me 6k a year I was lmoa

I got a little bit of a record so I don't complain
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yea state farm is pretty cheap now when it comes down to insurance, im getting a lot of people switching to me for thier bikes now
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