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Old 01-22-2014, 11:22 AM   #21
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i just saved a ton of money....by cancelling my insurance policy since i'm selling my SV.
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Old 01-22-2014, 11:33 AM   #22
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Should have waited till you SOLD it, then cancelled
After I posted that, I knew I was gonna get grief. I don't ride it other than on my street to keep the battery up and injectors clean, etc. That insurance is going to a bike I don't ride, when it could used towards food, rent, daycare for my daughter, etc.
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$270/year, full coverage through progressive.
I'm thinking you don't drive the same class of bike... Huge difference when its not a sport bike.
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Old 01-22-2014, 12:39 PM   #25
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Im 18 with 1 speeding ticket, progressive for 41$ a month liabilty only on my daytona 675
Nah I want full coverage....
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Thats was like 220 for me still not that bad i have gps and other surprises for thieves, so ill make do with that. We should have a 675 meet , would be awesome to heard them all take off at once
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I'm thinking you don't drive the same class of bike... Huge difference when its not a sport bike.
not quite the same class for this bike, but all quotes shown below are from Progressive, who's had my policy for the last 6 years...

(all are 30/60/30 w/ $500 ded.)
'13 Triumph Thruxton $800/year
'13 Tri Bonneville $400/year
'08 Tri Speed Triple $450/year
'06 Suz Hayabusa $1200/year
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'02 BMW R1150R $320/year

No idea how a thruxton (new or not) comes out to that much more than a marginally older Speed3, or even a same-year Bonnie (esp. considering the latter is nearly the same bike).

I've been shopping for bikes a lot recently.

I also don't know why I'm carrying full-coverage on a bike that's 27 years old and has already been paid for by the insurance company (got rear-ended in summer '12 and they paid out book value on it).
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Old 01-22-2014, 02:18 PM   #29
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mine went up 30 bucks more a month....
was a miss understanding when my wife looked at the bill, lol

650 for the yr... 54 a month full coverage
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$165 A month for full coverage on both my bikes.

Granted I'm only 22, so it's still high.
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i think i was paying around $45/month for only liability on my 04 r6 (sold it last July)

i called to get a quote for a 2011 R6 (potential next bike) and they told me $80/month for full coverage. i thought that was kinda high but its not bad. agent said a lot of factors go in to it. In a lot of places different counties have higher rates
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i'm 26 a month for full coverage with everything...

Progressive (thru USAA) quoted me $6.50 a month for liability
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i'm 26 a month for full coverage with everything...

Progressive (thru USAA) quoted me $6.50 a month for liability
Progressive thru usaa was me @ $126/mo for bike

and usaa was me on the truck @ $138/mo (100/200/100)

Switched to state farm with the guy on here Tuan, he got me down to

$73/month for bike and $102/month for truck with same c overages.

Still seems high to me since I have a clean driving record and am 27.


Like the guy above got quoted 80/month full coverage for a 2011 r6?

My bikes a 2004 gsxr with 30k miles and a salvage title -.-, guess it dosent matter how old and how many miles? Just how fast it can go?
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I have USAA, probably more speeding tickets than anyone, and I'm doing 260 a month for 3 vehicles... 2 pretty new trucks and a classic car... Called 7 different times and talked to 7 different people... Finally came across someone who found a few more discounts. Haha. And I'm 25
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Progressive thru usaa was me @ $126/mo for bike

and usaa was me on the truck @ $138/mo (100/200/100)

Switched to state farm with the guy on here Tuan, he got me down to

$73/month for bike and $102/month for truck with same c overages.

Still seems high to me since I have a clean driving record and am 27.


Like the guy above got quoted 80/month full coverage for a 2011 r6?

My bikes a 2004 gsxr with 30k miles and a salvage title -.-, guess it dosent matter how old and how many miles? Just how fast it can go?
126 a month?!? It looks like I may be on the 250 for a while.
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126 a month?!? It looks like I may be on the 250 for a while.
That was with usaa, switched to state farm and its $73/mo now.

Progressive/Usaa was charging me mid 30s a month for the 250 iirc
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That was with usaa, switched to state farm and its $73/mo now.

Progressive/Usaa was charging me mid 30s a month for the 250 iirc
Maybe I should've shopped around a bit instead of trusting USAA. Had the policy for less than a week, maybe I'll try to get a quote and cancel if it's a significant difference. Thanks for the info
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