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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-19-2005, 11:40 AM Thread Starter
 
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Hey all...I finally found a bike I would like to purchase and now I am looking for some good insurance. Anyone have any suggestions?
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progressive gave me the best deal @ $300 a yr.
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State Farm, but most places I've been won't write a bike-only policy, so you'll have to have car insurance through them too. They have the best motorcycle rates I've seen from anyone.

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State Farm.... My 750 monster was $29 a month and my 05' Ninja w/ 25,000 in medical is only $39..
They go by engine cc and nothing else..

Honestly, there car insurance is great also.. I pay $101 for my ram...
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State Farm is also the best insurance I have found for all of my bikes present and past.

Spicersh is right, they will not write a "Bike only" policy. You have to have a car insured with them also.
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ya, i'm with those gusy ^^^ i have everything through them but the big boger was cheaper than anywhere else.
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Congratulations. Glad you found a bike. MEEMIC -- Michigan Educators Insurance Company will also give you a good price. You get Progressive Insurance, but it's at a good discount becuase teachers are generally a low risk.
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Congratulations. Glad you found a bike. MEEMIC -- Michigan Educators Insurance Company will also give you a good price. You get Progressive Insurance, but it's at a good discount becuase teachers are generally a low risk.
They must not know about your secret obsession with the flames huh?
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Congratulations. Glad you found a bike. MEEMIC -- Michigan Educators Insurance Company will also give you a good price. You get Progressive Insurance, but it's at a good discount becuase teachers are generally a low risk.
We didn't have the same positive experience as you.

My wife's a teached and we tried Meemic. They were cheaper on the vehicles compared to State Farm, but Progressive wanted $1200 a year for my bike when it only costs me about $380 per year with SF. Overall, SF was still cheaper for everything. Needless to say, we stayed with SF.
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