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Insurance is killing me...help!

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I am 20 years old, decided to still live at home to save money on school dorming (and they dont mind thankfully)


now, i have a loan on my r6 for about 2900, which im paying monthly.
i own a honda civic, but my parents have generously added that car(liability only) to their own insurance policy. thats a relief and i thank them for that. they are through AIG. costs me around $125/month.

AIG doesnt offer motorcycle insurance; they have a joint venture with Farmers/Foremost and they quoted me 2400/year for full coverage....because the bike would be its own policy, and this is even after a multi car/policy discount supposedly.


the problem is, i have my bike insured with progressive(had to do it at the dealer because they wouldnt let me take the bike home without it), and the premium is RIDICULOUSLY high

im paying around $200/month for full coverage. 500/500 deductibles 5k medical and more..i can post if needed

state farm quoted me 185 a month for car liability and bike full coverage(since its lein...plus why wouldnt i get full coverage right?) but if i take my car off my parents policy, i cant drive their vehicles. i dont mind, but i got bitched at by them for this.

motorcycle insurance is killing me it's because im 20 i know that


any ideas for me on a few money saving tips or am i doomed for good?

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$185 for a car and bike at your age sounds about right. Make the switch to State Farm if you can, otherwise you're really left with few options. Don't forget that most policies will allow you to go to comprehensive only during the winter months when you're not using it. That'll drop your monthly payments quite a bit during the off season.

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Pay the bike off asap and get liability.
but then if i get into a wreck or it gets stolen im out of luck

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$185 for a car and bike at your age sounds about right. Make the switch to State Farm if you can, otherwise you're really left with few options. Don't forget that most policies will allow you to go to comprehensive only during the winter months when you're not using it. That'll drop your monthly payments quite a bit during the off season.
yeah i wish i would have known that earlier

wouldnt the lein company find out about that and repo my bike or soemthing?

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but then if i get into a wreck or it gets stolen im out of luck



yeah i wish i would have known that earlier

wouldnt the lein company find out about that and repo my bike or soemthing?

You can get coverage for theft. The wreck part you are on your own. Plus if you lay it down ebay is your friend.
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Switch to State Farm, how often do you drive your parents cars? Most insurance co's will cover any driver of your parent's car unless your parents have age limits on this.
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Sorry man, you are just going to have to pay until you turn 25, thank bikers like PTG for that . I had to go through it as well. There is no way around that insurance rate besides riding a non sportbike like a Nighthawk 250 I used to ride. You definitely don't want to drop theft coverage because the first warm week outside bikes around chicagoland will be stolen . Hell, I even stopped some theives from stealing my bike in 06, it is that common here.

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It sucks being young. But for some reason, my bike insurance was never expensive through state farm. But we had all our policies with them.

Don't drive like an ass hat and don't come back next year wanting to know what you should do because you have 2 DUI's. It's just one of those things. Be good for a few years and pay your dues.

Try to have your parents change insurance and group home, auto and bike all together.

Oh and where you live has a lot to do with your rates as well. Cook County will typically be higher then others.

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You can get coverage for theft. The wreck part you are on your own. Plus if you lay it down ebay is your friend.
I dont mind the collision part, but see I got an awesome deal on the bike...and insurance company rated the price for it way higher then what i paid..so if for any reason it gets totaled, i will get my money for it...right?

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Switch to State Farm, how often do you drive your parents cars? Most insurance co's will cover any driver of your parent's car unless your parents have age limits on this.
my parents have AIG. i hardly ever drive my parents cars, but i keep asking and they just keeping bitching. so if my name isn't on their policy, i am not covered if i drive their car and get into an accident? or i AM covered?

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Sorry man, you are just going to have to pay until you turn 25, thank bikers like PTG for that . I had to go through it as well. There is no way around that insurance rate besides riding a non sportbike like a Nighthawk 250 I used to ride. You definitely don't want to drop theft coverage because the first warm week outside bikes around chicagoland will be stolen . Hell, I even stopped some theives from stealing my bike in 06, it is that common here.
i know i know thieves need to die. my liability last year on my cbr f3 wasnt too bad....

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It sucks being young. But for some reason, my bike insurance was never expensive through state farm. But we had all our policies with them.

Don't drive like an ass hat and don't come back next year wanting to know what you should do because you have 2 DUI's. It's just one of those things. Be good for a few years and pay your dues.

Try to have your parents change insurance and group home, auto and bike all together.

Oh and where you live has a lot to do with your rates as well. Cook County will typically be higher then others.

yeah i got a pretty nice quote from state farm....the car liability portion actually came out more expensive than the bike full coverage...imagine that


but my dad keeps complaining and sayin shit like "dont keep the bike then just sell it, its costing us too much" even though obviously dropping my name would lower their rates too

im in cook county, yeah


and is it true that insurance is based on your address? my dad has a major at fault accident from 2006....the state farm guy said this is why my rates were a little higher??



thanks for the advice so far guys....i actually called hugh masterson at state farm a couple weeks ago and he gave a good quote

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You can also raise the deductable to $1,000 instead of $500. That should lower your rate a bit as well. Other than that you are out of luck. Maybe you can have the bike insured under your dads name as a primary?

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You can also raise the deductable to $1,000 instead of $500. That should lower your rate a bit as well. Other than that you are out of luck. Maybe you can have the bike insured under your dads name as a primary?
bike title is under my name, same with loan.



i could raise deductible to 1000, but then if i get hit thats 1k outta my pocket



yeah so either state farm or im outta luck

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I think if you are an occasional driver you should be covered. Same thing if your aunt drives it. I would have them check this. Also, you should be covered under your new insurance co, state farm.
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hey Spej you can't have your cake and eat it to. Riding motorcycles is not cheap.
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I think if you are an occasional driver you should be covered. Same thing if your aunt drives it. I would have them check this. Also, you should be covered under your new insurance co, state farm.
im not even an occasional driver...i hate driving their cars because then im responsible if shit goes bad

ahhh fuckin insurance sucks i tell ya


and im not a dumbass, i have a clean record since i was 16, 2 speeding tickets, both under 10 over, one for car 2 years ago, one on bike last year (6 mph over)



fuck im gonna have to call AIG and ask them myself i know my old man will give me some bullshit answer

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hey Spej you can't have your cake and eat it to. Riding motorcycles is not cheap.
well, riding a NICE bike isnt cheap lol

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sounds like your parents are using this as an excuse to bitch about the bike..
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exactly

even though i put it out of the way in the garage, doesnt touch the cars or anything


but i think i want that state farm quote, progressive is raping me hard

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and fuck moving out because then ill be broke paying even more bills haha

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dude at 20 you should be paying your own insurance anyways. why buy a car and bike if you cant afford it?

BTW your covered in your parents car even if your not on the policy. worse case your insurance would cover you. either pay to play or sell something dont stay in debt to long as it only gets worse

Im with state farm and i pay 160 a month for a suv and 2 bikes. during the winter i pay 116 since the insurance on the bikes falls to 8 bucks each

100 for truck 30 for each bike

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They are bitching because if you switch they loose some of the multi-car discount they are getting.

I don't know about their insurance, but if I let any licensed driver use one of my cars, they are covered.

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dude at 20 you should be paying your own insurance anyways. why buy a car and bike if you cant afford it?

BTW your covered in your parents car even if your not on the policy. worse case your insurance would cover you. either pay to play or sell something dont stay in debt to long as it only gets worse

Im with state farm and i pay 160 a month for a suv and 2 bikes. during the winter i pay 116 since the insurance on the bikes falls to 8 bucks each

100 for truck 30 for each bike
yeah i pay for insurance on both vehicles...200 bike 125 car

add that to my other list of bills haha


so even with my parents cars and both names on AIG, and my name on my own state farm policy...and i drive one of my parents cars and get into a wreck...i am covered?

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They are bitching because if you switch they loose the some of the multi-car discount they are getting.

I don't know about their insurance, but if I let any licensed driver use one of my cars, they are covered.


its AIG. they do our home and car insurance.

i will have to go check with them tomorrow. i need to get this thing settled. switching would save me from 325 a month to 185...2400 bucks savings a year is GREAT for me

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Yeah, that's great for anyone. But ask your parents if it will cost them $ if you switch.

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Yeah, that's great for anyone. But ask your parents if it will cost them $ if you switch.
i doubt it. i recall checking with an agent a few weeks ago, saying if i removed my car what would happen

i think their premium actually went down, because they didnt get that much of a discount with multi-cars to begin with.


will confirm tmrw though. just paid my bike premium, 200. ouch.



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Just to let you know, Progressive will be one of the most expensive companies for Sportbike insurance in general, especially for young males. They charge by the classification of the bike, instead of other companies like Country and State Farm that charge by the CC size of the engine.

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Yeah I read that somewhere on this board, which is why I called Hugh at SF


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Will try and straighten this out tomorrow. Thanks for the heads up Chief!
No problem, I went through the same crap, paying 220/month for insurance until I turned 25. On my birthday I called my agent and told him to show me the money Jerry Maguire style and got my rate bumped down to 40/month . This then allowed me to buy better gear and do a few track days .

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No problem, I went through the same crap, paying 220/month for insurance until I turned 25. On my birthday I called my agent and told him to show me the money Jerry Maguire style and got my rate bumped down to 40/month . This then allowed me to buy better gear and do a few track days .
25 is down the road for me still. Lol


25, ahh the golden money saving age.

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