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I just read somewere on SBN that state farm was not taking any new motorcycle policies. Maybe it's not in Illinois. If they do this are they just gonna drop you when your up for reewal? Let me know if you've heard anything.
 

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Mines through, them and fairly cheap too.
 

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Yes, but only if you have other insurance through them.

State Farm has pretty good rates if you're relatively accident free and you have all your insurance through them. Otherwise, grab your ankles.
 

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Like they said, you have to have your car insured before they will insure the bike.
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My wife pays a little over 6.00$ a month for FULL coverage on her 98 900RR.......it just went up .40c or something, she stated.....maybe I'll scan the bill later, if she lets me....:laughing
 

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Mine has been going up close to $100 every year (no tickets.) Dunno why but it's getting annoying!!!

Started off at $360/yr for full coverage on my CBR600 when I was 16... slowly crept up to $800/yr, then I turned 21, and it dropped back to $400/yr. I'll be 25 next month, and it's crept back up to $800/yr again.

WHAT GIVES???

Oh well - they're still cheaper than anybody else...
 

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just get married and it will drop again.


But beware. The wives are very expensive. I doubt you'll come out ahead.:D
 

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Who's faster Lupi
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:shocked Dont tell my wife(s) then the divorce(s) would really get expensive.
 

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$275/full coverage a year + 2 cars + homeowners
married and 27
 
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