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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-11-2005, 05:39 PM Thread Starter
 
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I just saved $144 a year on Motorcycle Insurance

I just saved $144.00 a year on my motorcycle insurance
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post #2 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-11-2005, 05:50 PM
 
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What'd you change zip codes?
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yeah, when i moved to PA, but my current insuarance company doesn't write insurance in PA, so I am being forced to drop them. I have been calling all these insurance companies for the past few weeks and they give me the most redicoulous quotes, and I'm even a USAA member. They expect me to pay $300 to $500 more a year....get real.
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If I could save $144.00 my insurance would be $25.00 a year.

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If I could save $144.00 my insurence would be $25.00 a year.

Same here. I think I pay like $20.00 a month, so if I was to save like $144 a year, I'd pay like $100 a year.
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did you switch go Geico?
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Nope GMAC. Geico gave me almost as bad as a quote as progressive. These insurance co's really don't like us sportbike riders. I have a clean driving record and MSF certification and I have been a rider for over six years. Even at that the SV really isn't a top dog sport bike
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State Farm here!
ahh they won't just insure a bike alone, they want my truck and car also...I would even think of getting rid of USAA for the car and truck. Everytime I mention USAA every agent says upfront ahhh I don't think I can beat them. I say I'm not looking for car insurance BIKE insurance. oh I think we can help you there.
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I know but I have everything with them now... good discounts that way.




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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-12-2005, 02:44 AM
 
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saved over 450$

my truck insurance just went down from 97$ a month to 66$... results.. about 445$ a year less... nice.. thats 1.6 sets of tires..lol Yay for turning 21. too bad policy renewed last time right beofre bday... but ill take the savings now that im about to turn 22... still less.. jsut need to hit 25 and ill be set now. Marriage will cost more then i'll save so dont care about that discount..lol
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ahh they won't just insure a bike alone, they want my truck and car also...I would even think of getting rid of USAA for the car and truck. Everytime I mention USAA every agent says upfront ahhh I don't think I can beat them. I say I'm not looking for car insurance BIKE insurance. oh I think we can help you there.

Actually State Farm does insure bikes alone. I have my bike with them and NOTHING else. Howevr I do know they no longer like to write only bike policies. At one time I had car and renters insurance with them but switched them over since I could save crap loads with my current carrier. Unfortunately my current carrier quoted me $1789 a year for my bike. So obviously I left it at State Farm. LOL
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So what you're saying Ace is that you duped them?




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Actually State Farm does insure bikes alone. I have my bike with them and NOTHING else. Howevr I do know they no longer like to write only bike policies. At one time I had car and renters insurance with them but switched them over since I could save crap loads with my current carrier. Unfortunately my current carrier quoted me $1789 a year for my bike. So obviously I left it at State Farm. LOL
thats the kind of quotes I was getting, I'm not paying that I was paying $420 last year, alot of claims from squids last year caused my insurance to go up this year to $585. GMAC quoted me $441 which is the cheapest I've found yet.
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Nope GMAC. Geico gave me almost as bad as a quote as progressive. These insurance co's really don't like us sportbike riders. I have a clean driving record and MSF certification and I have been a rider for over six years. Even at that the SV really isn't a top dog sport bike
pppppssssssstttttt *whispers* I was only joking
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