KAOS KREW said:I don't think State Farm will do a bike by itself, you are going to have to put a cage with it. State Farm has no medical, it only covers the bike. If you'd like more detailed info, pm me and I'll give you the name and number of the insurance guy I deal with he's in Plantation.
A lot of folks feel the same way. I was at Rick Case the other day and I was talking to guy buying a 600RR. After qualifying for the financing he said that the monthly insurance payment was more than the bike. :2eek . He ended up leaving to think about it.fotocycle said:I refuse to pay $2000 a year for a $4000 bike. Instead I'll just put the money away and if I ever wad the bike up, the money will go to repair or replacement. I should say that I have full medical through work, though.
$10,000?? Holy Sh*t!! That's a liter bike a year, or about $840 a month. You could be driving a Porsche for that. I was paying around $220 a month going straight through Progressive. I got sick of that and found an insurance agent that got me down to around $80 a month still from Progressive. So shop around through some agents and compare.thirdgenlxi said:Well I'm sure it's different for different people, but for me (23 y/o male 100% spotless driving record) GEICO wanted close to $10,000/year for my bike for full coverage!!
thirdgenlxi said:Well I'm sure it's different for different people, but for me (23 y/o male 100% spotless driving record) GEICO wanted close to $10,000/year for my bike for full coverage!! QUOTE]
I bet that is with medical. That is why State Farm does not have medical included in their premiums with bikes. I own my bike outright and I still have full coverage, just in case "Mr. Murphy" comes a knockin'.