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Check with State Farm. You may have to have your car insured with them also to get a motorcycle policy. At least that was the deal when I had them.
state farm is the lowest around on sport bikes. i checked with progresive her in cape and the guy told me he couldn't tuch state farm on sport bikes. cruisers he would be about 10 dollars a mounth more. state farm runs me 36 a mounth now i do have two cars,house,life insurens and i'm 30, but you should still check into it. plus go with a 500 deduct. yah it's higher, but it dosen't take much damage to get to 500 bucks.
State Farm could be a possibility, if I don't have to insure my car with them. Being almost 19 still, and attending college, I'm still living with my grandparents, and have my car insured through them. (2003 v6 Ford Mustang). MUCH cheaper through them, lol. If I were to put it in my name, I would probably spend more on the increase in the car, then if I just insure the bike with a different company.
gonna try and find some better rates then progressive. (currently insured with them now, $171 year.) liability.
sounds like a 90% chance of motorcycle therapy on sunday ....
lets meet say 930 am sunday rhodes jackson?
i hear there is a chance of low pollen count as well sunday....
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