isn't there a minimum speed limit law for it to be street legal?bumblebee said:It is in your states Rules of the Road...In Fla...they must have headlight, tail lights visible up to 500 ft. Front and Rear brakes...Lighted license plate and turn signals...Hand/foot rests for all riders...and you are pretty much there...
They are illegal. Period. Doesn't matter what you do to it Since '86 in the US, two-strokes over 50cc are not legal for road use.wombat7 said:I realize they are not street legal, but does anyone know what the going rate for one is and how much it would cost to make the bike street legal?
Good luck. I'm just telling you my experience. I have one of ours (the NSR) titled, tagged, and insured as well ... it's just not always as easy as some people will tell you it is, and it does vary by state as well.wombat7 said:I've been trolling some Aprilia boards and have found that there are a lot of them that have been made street legal and have been lisenced, titled and insured. Progressive will insure them. There is actually a good write up on how to convert one to a street legal machine and it can be done for under 1500, or you can find a street legal one from 4.5K and up.
wombat7 said:I've been trolling some Aprilia boards and have found that there are a lot of them that have been made street legal and have been lisenced, titled and insured. Progressive will insure them. There is actually a good write up on how to convert one to a street legal machine and it can be done for under 1500, or you can find a street legal one from 4.5K and up.
that on an SV?!?!?!? Im 26 and I pay 18mo. with America National.SVupON1 said:not to jack the thread, but [email protected]#$ Progressive. I called them 3 years ago, and just 2 days ago for a quote, they give me a redicoulous quote then, and now. they want $1444 a year with $500 ded, and $744 a year with $1000 ded, and I'm supposed to get a USAA member discount. F that. I pay $585 a year now, it was $420 a year, but there were so many claims last year. I need to find a new insurance Co because where I moved to PA they don't write insurance here, so they think my bike is still in KY.
I just need to pay the bike off and put Liability on it, i've only got $1900 more to go.
Dude I need that number! I want to call them and see if they write policy's in PA. I am almost 24, I have plenty years of clean riding experience, and no tickets or accidents on my record right now.JK_DILLA said:that on an SV?!?!?!? Im 26 and I pay 18mo. with America National.
wombat7 said:I know what you mean about bike insurance. When I started looking a couple months ago, I had the cash to buy and was looking at USAA insurance, but then they decided to quit covering bikes which really sucks for all us service members.
You might want to check State Farm. I have a friend who has a Busa insured through them and it is very reasonable, $25-30 a month.QUOTE]
I have a friend that went with them, they wouldn't insure just a bike, they wanted his atleast his car on the policy also...and he added his house for rental and he got a decient rate, but there is no way I am leaving USAA for auto insurance.
zx636r said:yes state farm u have to have some other insurance with them, but since you rent i think u can get renters insurance with them and then they will insure ur bike, but im not really sure on that one, i know they will if you ahve home owners insurance with them.