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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 09-17-2006, 11:12 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cheap Insurance...???

I'm still young...23...and looking for cheaper but quality insurance...for my R1...I hear State Farm is good...

I'm just wondering what some of you guys under 25 pay for full coverage on a litre bike?
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I use Country Insurance (Formerly Country Companies)... do a Search for insurance as it's been discussed quite a bit in the past. Good Luck!!

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I got a speeding ticket on my record that I need to get rid of. The thing is...if I'm going to get full coverage...I want to make sure that I will be compensated god forbid one of my bikes are ever stolen.

Thanks...I'll look into Country Insurance.
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I use American Family. If you have several vehicles + home owner's / renter's insurance + MSF all the discounts add up and the resulting rates are quite good. I've been with them for several years, totaled 1 car and 1 bike + had a car window broken (some asshat stole radar detector) and they've always been very good with estimating and paid promptly. Besides, the rates didn't go up much after the accidents (knocking on the wood).
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I use American Family. If you have several vehicles + home owner's / renter's insurance + MSF all the discounts add up and the resulting rates are quite good. I've been with them for several years, totaled 1 car and 1 bike + had a car window broken (some asshat stole radar detector) and they've always been very good with estimating and paid promptly. Besides, the rates didn't go up much after the accidents (knocking on the wood).
I had American Family, while they were good on payments, Country saved me a butt-load of money. Being under 25 on a Bandit 1200, Country saved me about $1000 per year on the bike and about $20/month on the car.

Shop around, that's your best bet!

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I use plain old universal casualty from insure on the spot. they cut my insurance almost in 1/2 the 2nd year I was with them

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