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post #41 of 57 Old 01-01-2013, 05:43 PM
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What didn't make sense to me is that my 1000rr was cheaper than my 600rr

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I have a 2010 cbr1k, I'm 27 years old, clean record. When I shopped around, progressive quoted me $250 a month, Geico $130, and state farm $50. However, state farm wouldn't insure me because my wife had one speeding ticket on her record, weird. I got Geico and dropped uninsured motorist coverage, then it was $100. Now it's about $88. My wife's f4i liability only is about $8 a month. It's in my name though.

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post #44 of 57 Old 01-01-2013, 08:11 PM
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Geico full coverage, $1000 annual over 9 payments. I'm 30


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post #45 of 57 Old 01-01-2013, 11:21 PM
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You have a bundle so it's cheaper that way. I have my car insured through USAA. If I get stationed overseas I'll still be covered.

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True. What I didn't say is that before I had State Farm, I had USAA. I had my car and a previous motorcycle insured with them. State Farm was able to beat the bundled price that USAA/Progressive quoted me on the 1000RR. I even went back to USAA and asked them to match State Farm's rates, because, I wanted to stay with USAA, but they said they could not match it. Needless to say, they lost my business for Insurance. I do still have a USAA savings and mastercard though.

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True. What I didn't say is that before I had State Farm, I had USAA. I had my car and a previous motorcycle insured with them. State Farm was able to beat the bundled price that USAA/Progressive quoted me on the 1000RR. I even went back to USAA and asked them to match State Farm's rates, because, I wanted to stay with USAA, but they said they could not match it. Needless to say, they lost my business for Insurance. I do still have a USAA savings and mastercard though.
Are you still active duty? Would you just go back to USAA if you got orders overseas? I guess that would make sense also. My buddy that actually referred me to State Farm, switched over from USAA with a package deal. But he doesn't plan on going back overseas like I do. I wish USAA would insure motorcycles again. I don't know why they stopped. A lot of servicemen and women ride motorcycles these days!

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Two Totalled Bikes in the last 2 years along with several speeding tickets...
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Are you still active duty? Would you just go back to USAA if you got orders overseas? I guess that would make sense also. My buddy that actually referred me to State Farm, switched over from USAA with a package deal. But he doesn't plan on going back overseas like I do. I wish USAA would insure motorcycles again. I don't know why they stopped. A lot of servicemen and women ride motorcycles these days!

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I've got a lot of respect for you guys, but no I am not military. My dad was Army for 20+ years so my wife and I have access to USAA. I agree, keeping USAA makes sense of you may be going overseas.

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post #49 of 57 Old 01-02-2013, 06:24 PM
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im 25, no tickets ever , through state farm my insur on 08 1000rr is 3.21 a month, absolutely bottomed out coverage, i do have safe driver discount, multi car discount and homeowner discount tho also
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post #50 of 57 Old 01-02-2013, 06:59 PM
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I use country financial. trust me its the cheapest I ever had. I tried progressive, gaico crap and everything, all of them quoted me 2000K a year! with country financial. I pay 420 a year FULL COVERAGE!!! but it requires u to have your car with them too! but why not!
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