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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-10-2003, 10:14 AM
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WOOHOO get to keep the bike.....

Thank you StateFarm

I'm going thru Country Companies for my insurance and am going to be saving $491 a year with my car/bike/rental insurance.

Thanks to SF for raising the BULLSHIT rates so I had to go shopping to save ALOT more money.

I'm getting my car insurance for $358 6 months compared to $447 and now I only got a $250 deductible unlike before with $500. The car is a '99 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP...YEA BABY!!!!

The bike is $304 year compared to $566 and this is with:
$250 collision ded.
$100 comp. ded.
$10,000 medical

Unlike SF:
$250 collison ded.
$250 comp. ded.
ONLY $1000 medical

The rental insurance:
CC-$164 year
SF-$220 year

Shit the difference between my car and rental insurance alone ALMOST pays for the bike $230.


If anyone is looking for insurance TRY giving CC a call...SCREW SF . Also if you noticed SF ONLY gives $1000 medical unlike CC who gives $10,000 medical. I don't even think $1000 will get you in the emergency room now days. HOPE never have to find out ,but ya never know.


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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 04-10-2003, 10:32 AM
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Re: WOOHOO get to keep the bike.....

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Also if you noticed SF ONLY gives $1000 medical unlike CC who gives $10,000 medical. I don't even think $1000 will get you in the emergency room now days. HOPE never have to find out ,but ya never know.


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Remember if you have medical coverage through your employer or whatever you won't need that $10,000 or $1,000 even. If you pick up chicks or whatever on your bike I would make sure the passanger has some coverage. I always declined the medical from SF due to having health insurance at work. No need to pay twice and it may save ya a few bucks a month.

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Remember if you have medical coverage through your employer or whatever you won't need that $10,000 or $1,000 even. If you pick up chicks or whatever on your bike I would make sure the passanger has some coverage. I always declined the medical from SF due to having health insurance at work. No need to pay twice and it may save ya a few bucks a month.
The other thing you need to look at with works medical coverage is. SOME insurance companies thru work will NOT cover you if your involved in an accident with a recreational vehicle which they consider a motorcycle. I know the AMA was/is fighting that right now. I'm not sure if yours is that way or not. If your not sure you may want to check into it before it's to late. I think for the few $$ for the extra coverage it's well worth it. Ya just never know.

I'm just glad i'm saving money and am able to keep my bike

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State Farm has always done fine by me. My rates are considerably lower than your CC rates. Anyway, glad to hear you are saving money. I recently went shopping around, and could not find another company that came close.
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