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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 05-25-2009, 05:20 PM Thread Starter
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This may have been posted up before, but I'm sure more than one person can benefit from this.

I recently checked out a quote at Progressive for my new 09 R6. The quote they gave me for comprehensive was silly to say the least, but for the humour of it I added a second bike to the quote (00 ZX-9). I was a little shocked to see my quote DECREASE by nearly $300/year to insure two bikes rather than one. I went through and added my track bike (01 GSX-R750) and an unlicensed and crashed 98 Kat to see how it would affect the quote. Sure enough with one comprehensive and three minimally insured bikes the quote was $1,000/year less than just having the single comprehensive R6 by itself.

So anyway, for those of you with overly high premiums from Progressive you might want to find out if you can save some coin by adding an extra bike or two to your policy.
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I also can confirm that. My and my husband had only Suzuki SV1000 insured with progressive. After I bought my Honda 919 and added it my insurance went up only 100.00 for that year. After i was with them for 2 years i got a really beautiful decrease in price. Now i pay for 2 bikes less then 500.00 per year.

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Progressive is usually better with cruisers than sportbikes. I have my Shadow Sabre with Progressive, but my 'Busa with State Farm. Maybe I'll investigate this...

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Thanks for posting this, I need to insure the new bike

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OR you can just insure everything you have under State Farm with similar or better results. Also if you have family living in your household and they have vehicles as well you can get an even better discount.
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