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post #71 of 79 Old 03-28-2013, 01:35 PM
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I just added an XT225 and my insurance went down $25. Explain that one to me - maybe they think that any time I'm riding that, I won't be riding my Vee?

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When I was at my insurance agents office (State Farm) this month paying for my 2011 Wee I asked him about my rates. Not just my rates on my bike but also on my home and cars. I thought my insurance would go down this year because I would be 50 in July. He said it would but not much only a couple of dollars. I pay $374.00 full coverage a year for the bike. Here in Michigan we have one of the highest insurance rates in the country. Part of it is because we have a unlimited medical which I just found out is going up again. Some of is because of the high unemployment rate and uninsured drivers. It is also based on the area in which you live. The next county south of us is %15 lower. When asking about house insurance rates he said they base it on the claims in the area. Since we don't have a lot of natural disaster or fires I asked what it was and he said theft. Didn't think it was right for the area I live in because we are in a small township. Don't even get me started on health insurance, all they do is take your money and don't want to pay for anything.
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2011 wee mortgaged. $382 year for a three month lay-up policy with full coverage (NY minimums) through GEICO.
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post #75 of 79 Old 04-28-2013, 12:48 AM
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post #76 of 79 Old 04-28-2013, 07:49 AM
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Not related to this thread (sorry) but :

That's a nice-looking Wee you have there Vandgo. My compliments. Very clean-looking (at least from the side). I like the white / black mix. I have a '07 blue Wee that I'm very happy with but someday in the next year or two, if I don't go for one of the new '14 Vees, I might try to set-up an '11 or a '13 white Wee / WeeII like you have yours - probably less the windscreen change because for some reason the stock Wee screen works fine for me - just so I'll have a newer-model Wee to ride in coming years. I don't know why I have a thing for white. Maybe it goes back to my first car (1960s Mustang) being white with a black vinyl top...

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post #77 of 79 Old 04-29-2013, 09:55 PM
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I just got my 645cc 475lb V-Strom Adventure and insurance is $233 full for a year. Not bad except the 1700cc 800lb Roadstar Silverado I traded in was only $170 for a full year?
What is with that???? The Roadstar handled like tank and the brakes were marginal at best. I guarantee if the Roadstar fell over it would cost $1,000 to repair and two guys to get it stood back up. Not happy
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post #78 of 79 Old 06-13-2013, 10:10 PM
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I just paid $259 full coverage with $3000 of accessory cover.My 93 Katana1100 was only $75 for third party cover.Both have uninsured motorist cover.
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post #79 of 79 Old 06-14-2013, 09:48 AM
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Insurance in SC. Thanks to all the helmetless Asshats out there. Oh, and I have a clean record and decent credit.

Coverage & Premium Information

2012

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BODILY INJURY & PROPERTY DAMAGE LIABILITY

$53.00

BI $25,000 EACH PERSON - $50,000 EACH ACCIDENT

PROPERTY DAMAGE LIABILITY - $25,000 EACH ACCIDENT

UNINSURED MOTORIST BODILY INJURY $47.00

$25,000 EACH PERSON - $50,000 EACH ACCIDENT

UNDERINSURED MOTORIST BODILY INJURY $149.00

$25,000 EACH PERSON - $50,000 EACH ACCIDENT

UM PROPERTY DAMAGE $25,000 LESS $200 DEDUCTIBLE

$5.00

UIM PROPERTY DAMAGE $25,000 LESS $0 DEDUCTIBLE

$5.00

COMPREHENSIVE $500 DEDUCTIBLE

$117.00

COLLISION $500 DEDUCTIBLE

$303.00

ACCESSORY COVERAGE $3,000

INCL




Premium by Vehicle

$679.00



Um Fund

$2.00



Total Policy Premium

$681.00

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