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Old 08-01-2011, 09:37 PM   #21
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Originally Posted by BigComfy View Post
USAA hasn't afford moto insurance for a while...

It was around Sept 03 when they stopped offering motorcycle coverage. If you had it before that date you should be good, otherwise you have to go through progressive now...

Originally Posted by Princess View Post
Hayabusas are generally cheaper because they're not considered a supersport.

Originally Posted by Bluestreak06 View Post
Im 25 with a clean record...been riding for 9 years.....Allstate, Geico, Progressive, and Dairyland all wanted over $3k a year for insurance on a 2011 Busa....Allstate was highest at $4400 (and I talked to the guy on the phone to get the quote).......State Farm was $1100 a year with a $0 deduct. Contact the sponsor, they will hook you up
That sounds odd, what's your credit score and other history?

I pay around $550 for full coverage with USAA on my BUSA every 6-months. When I lived in Ohio, it was $206 every 6 for the same coverage.

Progressive wanted $3k for the exact same coverage per 6-months....

Originally Posted by exalted512 View Post
I used to work for State Farm. For sportbike insurance, they are very, very hard to beat for full coverage.

I would NOT get Allstate. Being in the industry, I heard more complaints about them than any other insurance provider.

Progressive usually has the cheapest liability only policies...but they support liberals...
State Farm wanted right at $500 for the same coverage in TX but they were higher on my cars so I didn't bother switching.

I don't do liability on anything I own so can't help there but it should be $200 or less...
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Old 08-03-2011, 03:44 PM   #23
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Much of the price is based on purchase price. I pay 100/mo for FC with 500 ded. and 50/100/50 (higher coverage than minimum) with PIP with SF
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