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Just renewed last week. Dairyland 75.60$ per year. It is the gold plan, whatever that means. 61 3/4 years old, no tickets or accidents within the last 5 years.
 

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27 y/o male, 13 Tiger 800 ABS in Connecticut. Progressive full coverage except medical payments, includes $3k in accessory coverage, $370/year. No tickets or at fault crashes since 2006.

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Rider's $209/year down from Progressive's $791 a year. (They were MUCH cheaper with my SV650, I think.)

Just switched to Ride Insurance

Deductibles:
Comprehensive: $250.00
Collision: $50.00
Coverage Information
Bodily Injury: $100,000 per person / $300,000 per accident
Property Damage: $50,000 per accident
UIM BI Non-Stacked: $100,000 per person / $300,000 per accident
UM BI Non-Stacked: $100,000 per person / $300,000 per accident
Policy Premium $209.00


Pretty content with that... All Rider Ins comes with roadside assistance, too.
 

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"WAS" paying $1223 a year with State Farm (with 1 accident), switched to Nationwide and it's now down to $464/yr, but bike is now paid for, and accident is over 3 years ago.

250/deduct
50k/100k everything
$3k accessory/gear insurance included (SF wouldn't cover it).

*EDIT*

Just got a discount, because I own a Triumph! Was $464, now it's $417
 

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Not in the USA...

But I paid $6900 MXN for the '10 Versys and $6800 for the '11 GSX-R... That's about $500 and $510 USD. That is liability and theft only, comprenhensive for the GSX-R was almost $1500! No way!

Liability for both is just the same...

Which makes it quite interesting, because that means THEFT insurance is more expensive for the Versys than it is for the GSX-R, and the GSX-R is valued 50% more than the Versys! :eek

And everytime I look at my Versys I can't help but notice that, even though it could very well be the best "all around" bike ever, it's F-ugly
 

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Around 480 euros / $650 a year for my R1. That's with 7 clean years with maximum no-claim. Theft and liability. If I went full coverage the number would more than double.
 

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$100 a year on minimum liability for Califoria on my ninja 250R.
 

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187/MONTH for basic coverage on my VFR. It well over 2,000 a year.

That's up from 160/month last season. Just because, no reason.
 

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$46.75 per month USAA, full coverage (collision and comprehensive), $500 deductible, no tickets, 60 years of age. The insured bike is a 2004 Suzuki Hayabusa. Wrecked my previous 2006 'Busa last August, and the insurance totaled the bike.
 

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187/MONTH for basic coverage on my VFR. It well over 2,000 a year.

That's up from 160/month last season. Just because, no reason.
holy shit that's insane. mines only 470 a year for full coverage. if I were having to pay what you are I wouldn't even own a motorcycle. that's beyond ridiculous.





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If I licensed all 3 of my vehicles in the same month, it'd be over 600 bucks. My bike saves me no money at all during the season. infact, it is far and a way cheaper to run even my fucking basket case of a truck.
 

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1986 yamaha fazer 750, full coverge, perfect driving record for 19 years. It's doubled with my car, but my insurance went up by 33 bucks a month. That's all year...some peep around here only insure their bikes for 6 months of the year, because of the shorter driving season.
 

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I have posted before but I will update, liability only through Progressive, 2002 R6, $75 per year, MC endorsement & NO tickets in the last 10 years! I also have a Suzuki Intruder that is about $60 per year. My bikes are owned, so I don't need full coverage.
 

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Progressive $75 a year liability

I am 41 with a clean driving record in Huntsville Alabama. I ride a 2007 Ninja 650R and am insured through "Progressive". I only pay $75 a year for the minimum coverage. I thought it was very reasonable.
 
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