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Insurance quotes???? Whats your prem?

Alright time to renew the insurance but they want 878 for the year for the following?

100/300K Unisured/Underinsured Motorist bodily injury

50k-for property damage

5K- medical payments (per person)

500 deductible on comp and collision


I think this is through progressive, to me this seems like way more coverage than the average (may ride twice a week at most) person rides? I am thinking about going to Geico? Suggestions? What do you pay and for what?
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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-07-2006, 12:41 PM
 
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340.00 on the 955
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Alright time to renew the insurance but they want 878 for the year for the following?

I am thinking about going to Geico? Suggestions? What do you pay and for what?
I was quoted by Geico... it was the highest quote I received. State Farm was the cheapest, but they require you to have your car insured through them also.

I received the best quote from Progessive w/out having to transfer my car insurance over also.

Country Insurance hung up on me when I told them I wasn't going to transfer my car insurance to them so don't bother quoting me. It was quite rude, yet funny.

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$400 year for 05 Zx6r 636. full coverage.
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$300 a year from StateFarm 100/300/100 with 250/250 deductible on a 2001 F4i

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$221 from State Farm on the Gixx 750.
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$167.66 a year for the Busa----Full coverage etc. through State Farm!

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I just received my renewal for the Road King...

$403 annually for 100/300/100 with a deductible of $250 comp / $500 collision
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$3xx full coverage through state farm.

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post #12 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-07-2006, 02:49 PM Thread Starter
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So I guess I am gettin ass raped??? State Farm here I come.
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post #13 of 13 (permalink) Old 04-07-2006, 06:01 PM
 
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with Farmer's Insurance (I work for them so I get a slightly better rate...)

$202.48 per year
100/300
50K
240 deductbile comp and collision

But the best deal is my home owners:

Dwelling $317,000
Deductible $500
15K of scheduled items
Sewer/Drain up to 10K

all for $411 per year!
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