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03-21-2009 01:52 PM
99vulcan750 $345 for allstate, prorated if I put it away for the winter. I got it yesterday when it was 40-45 and sunny.. was gonna ride, but spent time with the gf making dinner instead...
this morning I wake up to 30 degrees and 2 inches of snow...
ugh...
03-19-2009 04:59 AM
fuzz holy crap i pay 107.00 for the same thing , try Progresive direct

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Originally Posted by 99vulcan750 View Post
What company do you guys use, what coverage do you have, and what is an estimate of what you spend annually?
Last year I had Progressive, the middle level liability, comp/collision with a $250 deductible, and I paid $550 for 12 months. Seems too high.
I have NO money for insurance his season, but am dying to ride, literally. What other companies should I look at?
03-16-2009 09:30 AM
dutter switched to Geico with my new dodge truck. they gave me the best price for full coverage. im setup to switch my MC insurance to Geico when my current policy with progressive runs out in april. Geico is giving me beter ins. on the bike and im getting discounts having the truck & bike insured through them plus they give discounts for the riders safety course, being in the military etc. ($99 for the year on the bike)
03-16-2009 01:05 AM
flitecontrol
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Originally Posted by Jace Bror View Post
with USAA do you have to be former military?
Yes, or the child of a USAA member.
03-15-2009 11:06 PM
Jace Bror with USAA do you have to be former military?
03-15-2009 10:43 PM
flitecontrol
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Originally Posted by cliffhusn View Post
I pay $75 a year on my 93, liability only. This is Progressive through USAA. Since USAA is the agent and I've been with them since 1986 I don't expect any problems if I ever need it. USAA is one of the best, if you're prior military check them out.
X2!!! My Dad had USAA for years and somehow let his collision coverage lapse - was only paying for liability. Had an accident and called USAA, wanting to get his car fixed. When told he wasn't covered, he replied "Well I didn't mean to let my collision coverage lapse!" They told him if he would pay the additional premium amount for the time he was lapsed (about $500), they would pay for repairs (several thousand $). Show me another company that will cover you retroactively AFTER you have an accident! I'm also with USAA because they offer really great rates. Because they operate so efficiently, most years I get a rebate check because premiums exceeded costs! Great company!
03-15-2009 10:27 PM
cliffhusn I pay $75 a year on my 93, liability only. This is Progressive through USAA. Since USAA is the agent and I've been with them since 1986 I don't expect any problems if I ever need it. USAA is one of the best, if you're prior military check them out.
03-15-2009 09:15 PM
rckmtn MARKEL is my insurance of choice.
03-15-2009 08:34 PM
99vulcan750
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I need some help with my tax refund, I am torn up about what to do with it...
I just can't make up my mind which to get, a Mound bar with nuts or a Mound bar without nuts???? $6 don't really go far these days...lol...
It cost me $45 to get my tax forms filled out to get $6 back, I think I will just frame it and hang it on the wall...lol...
BTW-99vulcan750, did you check with GEICO, I think you could probably beat that price with GEICO or Progressive either... I carry the 100K/300K liability with 500 deductable & uninsured motorist with GEICO on my 06...
Have a good one...Old Dog...
geico doesn't insure bikes in MI. Maybe I will check them out when/if I move out of state...
03-15-2009 05:29 PM
slimvulcanrider I have been a GEICO customer for years. Not only do they beat most other companies rates and plans, but in the event of a claim they are speedy with getting you back on the road. I don't remember what I pay on my bike for insurance, but I know it is less than 300/year.
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