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post #1 of 41 Old 03-03-2014, 11:33 PM Thread Starter
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Insurance Payments?!

How do all y'all keep your insurance down? I'm looking at 3500 premiums here! It's just silly!

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Wow thats pretty expensive. Those of us that have niners keep 'em down because our bikes are classified as standards.

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When I price checked, I found HUGE differences in the quotes. They went from about $120/yr to $1,200/yr.

I found big name companies had the worst prices for me, but I know others got great deals thru big name companies.

The law (in California) says you can't base ins prices on where they live, yet you can't get a quote without giving a zip code.

They also usually ask if you own or rent your home, home owners take much less risk (according to them).

$3,500/yr is huge, how many quotes did you get?

I went to Pirate insurance, and they sold a policy thru a big name back east.

When I called the big company 4 years ago, they gave me a quote 2X what I was paying for the same policy thru THEM.

In other words, they couldn't even match their own prices How the hell they can't match their own price is beyond me. She checked into it, but never gave me an answer.

You really got to check around, I priced some 10 companies, the no-names have given me better rates.

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artful, look over this thread: https://www.wristtwisters.com/forums/...ion-40066.html . I started when I thought I'm paying too much with Liberty Mutual.
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The problem is I'm 19 and I have to finance, meaning full coverage.

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The problem is I'm 19 and I have to finance, meaning full coverage.
I have full coverage too but I think you're high premium is coming from your age

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The problem is I'm 19 and I have to finance, meaning full coverage.
I only was paying 200 dollars or so a year when I was 17/18 but that was with a nighthawk 750 so it was definitely a little less expensive. That's always something you have to think of when when getting a new bike, especially with financing it and being young. I would still say anything over 800 dollars would be astronomically high. I have full coverage right now and it costs me 311 a year but I've been insured since I was 16 on a bike (I'm 23 now) so I would for sure keep shopping around.

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The problem is I'm 19 and I have to finance, meaning full coverage.
Just got off the phone with a friend of mine, he's 19 too, rides a CBR250 and he pays $90/month with GEICO on full coverage

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Just got off the phone with a friend of mine, he's 19 too, rides a CBR250 and he pays $90/month with GEICO on full coverage
Hmmm. Maybe because it's only a 250. I'll check on that.

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I just got a GEICO quote for a 919 with full coverage. $9270 premium. No joke.

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I just got a GEICO quote for a 919 with full coverage. $9270 premium. No joke.
what are you setting your deductables and coverages at? I know when I first started looking when I got this bike I got some estimates as high as 2000... I think geico was 1200... I ended up around 600 and have it down to around 300 now... The cheapest I've found were allstate and progressive, but YMMV

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I just got a GEICO quote for a 919 with full coverage. $9270 premium. No joke.
I've checked Geico and got a ridicuous price as well. Just take your time and call around. I purchased progressive and ended up switching to Allstate because of the price. State farm offered me a reasonable price as well.

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I just got a GEICO quote for a 919 with full coverage. $9270 premium. No joke.
That sucks. It does get better with age (TWSS), but just try real hard to keep your record clean.

At one point I was down to $136 a year full coverage on the 919 at Progressive. I think it started near $200 and came down over 3 years.

I'm almost at that same rate on the Tuono, which I don't think can be matched at most other places.

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The problem is I'm 19 and I have to finance, meaning full coverage.
Get used to it until you hit 25. I had to pay around $650 a year for full coverage back in 2005 when I bought my 919. I was 31. Now I'm almost 40 and paying about $150 a year for liability only.

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Find yourself an insurance broker, they have access to "special deals" through insurance companies


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And don't fiance. Buy a used, cheaper bike.

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even me when i started riding on the street at 18... with 2 points on my record it was all of 240 buck a year.

Buy a used bike, liability only ins... no reason to buy a new bike.

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FYI to anyone who has gone this route and not looked elsewhere. Geico has the classification wrong on the 919 Hornet. They quoted me around 1300 every 6 months and I asked why and they said because of all the plastic on the bike that would need to be replaced in the event of an accident, I kinda was like, "What plastic?" They clearly have the bike confused with the 900rr and it is of no benefit for them to change or lower it.... Check with another company until they get it in the right zone. Full coverage for me is about 590 a year with Progressive, and that is only a 250 deductable, uninsuared protection, rental replacement and emergency towing and roadside assistance. Worth it to me for right now considering I am in Texas and we have a large number of drivers with no insurance (and frequently no license). My Hawk and my XT225 only cost about 90 bucks a year respectively on liability only.

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FYI to anyone who has gone this route and not looked elsewhere. Geico has the classification wrong on the 919 Hornet. They quoted me around 1300 every 6 months and I asked why and they said because of all the plastic on the bike that would need to be replaced in the event of an accident, I kinda was like, "What plastic?" They clearly have the bike confused with the 900rr and it is of no benefit for them to change or lower it.... Check with another company until they get it in the right zone. Full coverage for me is about 590 a year with Progressive, and that is only a 250 deductable, uninsuared protection, rental replacement and emergency towing and roadside assistance. Worth it to me for right now considering I am in Texas and we have a large number of drivers with no insurance (and frequently no license). My Hawk and my XT225 only cost about 90 bucks a year respectively on liability only.
Can confirm. Just did a progressive quote at less than 10% of the cost

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FYI to anyone who has gone this route and not looked elsewhere. Geico has the classification wrong on the 919 Hornet. They quoted me around 1300 every 6 months and I asked why and they said because of all the plastic on the bike that would need to be replaced in the event of an accident, I kinda was like, "What plastic?" They clearly have the bike confused with the 900rr and it is of no benefit for them to change or lower it.... Check with another company until they get it in the right zone. Full coverage for me is about 590 a year with Progressive, and that is only a 250 deductable, uninsuared protection, rental replacement and emergency towing and roadside assistance. Worth it to me for right now considering I am in Texas and we have a large number of drivers with no insurance (and frequently no license). My Hawk and my XT225 only cost about 90 bucks a year respectively on liability only.
I had Gieco for a while. I was paying somewhere around $600 a year for 30/60/30 full coverage. I've since went with Progressive at 50/100/50 and am paying $300 a year, for the improved coverage. About $25 a month.

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Can confirm. Just did a progressive quote at less than 10% of the cost
art, set your deductibles high, lower your medical (if you have health insurance) and lower your coverage (30/60/30 or 50/100/100).

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I have Progressive as well, just added an 06 GSXR to my 919 policy, my premium went up $28 for a grand total of $125 per year. This is just liability.
I agree with Pvster and nd4spdbh, get a cheap used bike. The only way I would consider putting full coverage on the 919 is to cover the add-ons/modifications, they are worth more dollar wise that the bike itself.

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art, set your deductibles high, lower your medical (if you have health insurance) and lower your coverage (30/60/30 or 50/100/100).

Might try that myself. I think right now mine are 50/100/100, but I only had that because I was on a mileage plan at work for a while (of course I only needed it on the vehicle).

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Taking the medical completely off your auto insurance will help a lot. I wouldn't advise it if you don't have health insurance though.

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I'm just going thru the headache of adding medical to my Progressive motorcycle insurance. This need is for old folks on Medicare. I have been told that Medicare does not cover claims for either auto or motorcycle accidents. Evidently Medicare doesn't work like normal health insurance. So my 'old guy' rates are jumping from $300 to about $600 per year for the 919.

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I'm just going thru the headache of adding medical to my Progressive motorcycle insurance. This need is for old folks on Medicare. I have been told that Medicare does not cover claims for either auto or motorcycle accidents. Evidently Medicare doesn't work like normal health insurance. So my 'old guy' rates are jumping from $300 to about $600 per year for the 919.
Yikes, figures... Now days you can't even be retired without having to worry about the cost of living going up...

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It also greatly depends on where you live. Some densely populated areas with lots of senior citizens are outrages. As much as GOV focuses on young drivers and leave senior population alone (for obvious vote related reasons), insurance numbers do show the picture of who is much higher liability 18 y.o or 88 y.o.

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Liability ($30,000/$60,000/$25,000) - $75/yr

Personal Injury Protection ($2500/accident) - $180/yr

For a grand total of ... $255/yr :-)

The same was true for my '95 Ducati 900SS SP.

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I'm just going thru the headache of adding medical to my Progressive motorcycle insurance. This need is for old folks on Medicare. I have been told that Medicare does not cover claims for either auto or motorcycle accidents. Evidently Medicare doesn't work like normal health insurance. So my 'old guy' rates are jumping from $300 to about $600 per year for the 919.
Seems wrong that they can't deny you for pre-existing conditions, yet when you sign up for health care and need it you are excluded.

It was supposed to cover everyone for everything.

What difference does it make if you fall from the roof or get hit by a car?

Sounds like more lies from the government.

This is one of the reasons I hate insurance.

If you have flood insurance on your home, it doesn't cover "rising water" ... what's the difference between "rising water" and a flood? Only a lawyer could come up with that shit.

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I've learned a lot over the last few days and it seems that there are a lot of differences from state to state. The link here is for Michigan specifically and was helpful for me.
In Michigan motorcycles are not categorized as "motor vehicles" and as a result, the insurance companies and their policies do not have to include personal injury protection. (unlike autos, that do have to include that). It makes coverage less costly but tricky for medical coverage.

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Funny i was just talking to someone about this to see if my rate was reasonable from Progressive, have my car with them also for a few years now. and one previous bike, that i wrecked, and filed a claim, they totalled it and paid a bit for medical stuff.
I have no clue what the best options are, i do have health ins. through my employer.
through progressive I have:
liability: 30/60/20
under/uninsured: 30/60/15
med. payments: 2500
$500 deductible comprehensive and collision

they quoted $420 a year...and i thought that was high coming from my 2000 triumph adventurer.
I hate insurance, what a scam.

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I got 50/100/50 with $250 deductible thru Riders cost $198 /yr on the 919.

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I got 50/100/50 with $250 deductible thru Riders cost $198 /yr on the 919.
Ps my ninja 250 is with Progressive better coverage and lower fed for $92/yr but they had a increase last yr it was $78. Everyone I know that has Progressive had a price increase this yr that's why I went with riders for the 919 as I am selling the ninja

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It's nice to be old and with a good driving record.

Hopefully the driving record stays that way.....

I feel for most of you, I remember the daze when I spent a huge percentage of my income on insurance - and I earned those high rates!

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It's nice to be old and with a good driving record.

Hopefully the driving record stays that way.....

I feel for most of you, I remember the daze when I spent a huge percentage of my income on insurance - and I earned those high rates!
I'm old and have a good driving record too, but a 20 year old and a 17 year old on my insurance don't help.

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It's nice to be old and with a good driving record. Hopefully the driving record stays that way..... I feel for most of you, I remember the daze when I spent a huge percentage of my income on insurance - and I earned those high rates!
Mine has to stay good because of my company car so I try not to get stupid. Now the 250 helped the 919 I will have to be extra careful

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I'm 21 and I paid 287 for the year on my 06 Ex250

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Worth throwing out to many who might still be tuned in. Check into Dairyland insurance company. They are super friendly to bikers of all kinds. I've been looking at the fz-07 and Dairyland seems to be the goto company for the younger guys getting affordable full coverage, as well as experienced riders getting rates that are great too.

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Worth throwing out to many who might still be tuned in. Check into Dairyland insurance company. They are super friendly to bikers of all kinds. I've been looking at the fz-07 and Dairyland seems to be the goto company for the younger guys getting affordable full coverage, as well as experienced riders getting rates that are great too.
Yep, got mine through them. All of the big boys quoted me at least a grand, but I ended up getting dairyland for 500.
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I just got a GEICO quote for a 919 with full coverage. $9270 premium. No joke.

Your age, and the fact that it is financed will indeed factor into it. Location is a big determination too.

Attend an MSF class, join the AMA, and then shop around. Ameriprise farms their cycle stuff to Progressive. I pay $469 full coverage on a 07 919 and a 10 F800ST.

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