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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 09-29-2011, 11:38 AM Thread Starter
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$245 for this coverage

$100,000 Bodily Injury - Each Person

$300,000 Bodily Injury - Each Accident

$50,000 Property Damage

+ $8000 in accessory coverage.


Progressive was bangin me for $500 a year for a lot less coverage and 3K for accessories.......

I made my decision after talking with 3 differnt dealers in my area to see how easy they are to deal with....none of them ever had a problem with claims.....

easy switch for me......
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Good price-any medical??

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no medical.......
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What year is your ride? Is the name of the company Rider insurance?
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try living up here in Ma. I pay $1000 for half year. On the road April thru October. (max insurance coverage)
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Several factors are relied on when determining average motorcycle insurance rates. As most of you would know, whether it relates to motorcycle or any other vehicle, when speaking with an insurance agent several questions are asked and its mainly to find out you risk.
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What year is your ride? Is the name of the company Rider insurance?
Insurance company IS Rider......Like the "Rider " magazine.....


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Among all the ages of motorcycle riders, people ages 20-29 have the largest percentage of fatalities. The foremost reason for these accidents was speeding. While the others were not fatalities, it was found that there was severe damage caused to surrounding areas. Being covered by proper motorcycle rider insurance will make sure that all your personal liabilities are covered.


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PA does not require medical coverage for auto insurance, so if you already have full medical coverage from your job it doesn't make sense to have more that doesn't help you.

I was able to have it removed from my car insurance to have the rate lowered.

Rider (the actual name of the company he is talking about) seems to offer unbeatable rates and has a good reputation. They also show up at the rallies in the area and are advertised by just about all of the dealers in the area too.

My only gripe is that they don't offer comprehensive only, that you need to carry collision too if you want that. My bike is low valued enough that I would rather just eat the loss than raise my rates by filing a claim, but I do want coverage if someone steals it. So I am currently with Gieco.
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