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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-01-2008, 12:19 PM Thread Starter
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Insurance Rating Nationally

Anyone have a list or provide a link to where insurance companies are rated at? I guess they are starting to block certain websites. But yea I was thinking of switching to Farmers insurance for car, house, bike, etc.. But people are advising to stay far away from farmers. I have American Family currently and they have been great with everything, however they are asking way too much for my bike over 3K a year, while others are quoting me for 400-900 for full coverage 100K/300K etc...

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3g for bike insurance. WOW i pay 72 a month for 2 bikes full coverage with state farm

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Yea I also have State Farm. I think I pay 400/year for a 2003 Superhawk. The thing with State Farm is they charge by the year and how many cc the bike is. They will not insure anyone for just a bike. You have to have your car insurance with them also. Thats how they keep the rates decent.
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3g for bike insurance. WOW i pay 72 a month for 2 bikes full coverage with state farm
Tell me about it. He says if anything happens it will affect his standings or credit rating or whatever. I think he's bsing me tho. I just think he doesn't want to cover me on a bike. I have everything under AmFam. So I'm looking at moving everything, I've been with this guy for 7 years and I'm just baffled at the rates he's giving me for the bike.

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I pay bout $240 a year for full coverage with state farm on my bike. I have multiple insurance discount though.
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I will tell you this stay away from American Family and Farmers. Both insurance companies use a/m crap on there vehicles when getting repaired and could careless about the customer or fit on the parts. State Farm only uses OEM parts on there stuff and I have them for Ins. There are better companies out there like CHUBB, Atlantic Mutual but they have certain things required to be insured with them which most people do not qualify and you pay the price for the awesome insurance they provide. I deal with insurance companies all day, and trust me when I say get State Farm.
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Just take your bike to another company that charges by the CC instead of by the class of bike. Country, GMAC, and Liberty Mutual come to mind. I know for certain you can go to any of those companies for a bike alone .

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"Ride it like you have 30 monthly remaining payments" should keep most people out of trouble.
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My State Farm agent is in Grayslake....Joyce Campbell 847-223-1133. They have been good to me.
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