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I just bought my Insurance policy thew progressive full coverage 921.00 for the yr.. 74.00 a month . My wife and family will be happy.. In Florida we don't have to have it but I can see Its a good idea..




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post #2 of 21 Old 12-05-2007, 12:32 PM
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For the 919 or multiple insurance?




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just for the 919......... my other 2 cars I wasnt bring up.




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Seems kind of steep, I'm paying around $600.




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I have a ticket.. and i didn't go for the cheapest coverage I could get..... 500 deductible




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This thread should spark all sorts of interest. Cost is relative, many variables come into play. My yearly premium also with Progressive is $150/yr. for 100k/300k plus $50 deductible(fire, theft & collision)

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This thread should spark all sorts of interest. Cost is relative, many variables come into play. My yearly premium also with Progressive is $150/yr. for 100k/300k plus $50 deductible(fire, theft & collision)
$150 a year? How in the heck did you manage that? I have one tkt as well but my premium still wouldn't be near that without it.




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Actually that's a fantastic deal after a ticket and bad accident!
Please ride carefully with ATGATT. When are you going to tell your wife?

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$150 a year? How in the heck did you manage that? I have one tkt as well but my premium still wouldn't be near that without it.
Age counts for something...

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Actually that's a fantastic deal after a ticket and bad accident!
Please ride carefully with ATGATT. When are you going to tell your wife?
ATGATT ??? and sens I never had insurance on the bike before and i wasn't changed with any accident they never knew.. Bike looks like new they didn't even request pic or nothing.. And she knows allready shes fine with me riding on sundays only lol...




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ATGATT ??? and sens I never had insurance on the bike before and i wasn't changed with any accident they never knew.. Bike looks like new they didn't even request pic or nothing.. And she knows allready shes fine with me riding on sundays only lol...
ATGATT==Helmet/CE Leathers/tall boots/gloves/back protector
Very glad it worked out and you've made a very impressive recovery!
Your Wife is a Saint!

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ATGATT==Helmet/CE Leathers/tall boots/gloves/back protector
Very glad it worked out and you've made a very impressive recovery!
Your Wife is a Saint!
Thx.. and I'm working on the gear.. I have a mesh jacket ,helmet,gloves,but no leather pants, or riding shoes.. I'm planing a trip over to Tampa they have a big store over there..




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We pay the same rate, it's Flawrida.


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Sorry, full coverage for both the 919 and the XR650L through Progressive for $75 total.

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Thx.. and I'm working on the gear.. I have a mesh jacket ,helmet,gloves,but no leather pants, or riding shoes.. I'm planing a trip over to Tampa they have a big store over there..
That's a start. If your jacket doesn't have a zipper to hold your pants up, then don't use it for biking, get a matching CE padded leather set or one-piece. Heavy duty tall boots protect small bones. Don't ride without All The Gear All The Time. You never know when your ticket's punched. Call the Tampa shop for their model/size offerings and do your home work before going.

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Mike is a bit more advanced in years. Your age plays a big role. When they see your retired they think your responable. They should come along on a Sunday and see responsable

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Mike is a bit more advanced in years. Your age plays a big role. When they see your retired they think your responsible. They should come along on a Sunday and see responsable
Shhhhhh... Too much information. Big brother might be watching.

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Responsible?

That ride is loads of fun but mach5 near driveways and 120mph+ sweepers on the parkway make for some interesting butt pucker moments.




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Responsible?

That ride is loads of fun but mach5 near driveways and 120mph+ sweepers on the parkway make for some interesting butt pucker moments.
Don't believe a word of this.

Me and the Mrs. out for a Sunday ride.

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Don't believe a word of this.

Me and the Mrs. out for a Sunday ride.

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Tk919... Sorry for the derailed thread. Cabin fever is setting in, it's going to be a long cold winter.

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