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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 04-07-2014, 07:55 PM Thread Starter
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Hey so i am just looking for a rough estimate of what my insurance would cost. I am looking at buying a 2006 ninja 250. Nothing to big or fast just a starter bike. I have rode dirt bikes all my life and looking to get into crotch rockets. I am 18, never had an accident or any tickets and am a 4.0 student. Any ideas on how much it would cost me per month or per 6 would be awesome! Thanks
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Your best bet is to get an online quote. I heard 15 minutes can save you 15%

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Your best bet is to get an online quote. I heard 15 minutes can save you 15%
Ya i have been trying but since i do not own the bike yet it is virtually impossible to get the quote
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Hey so i am just looking for a rough estimate of what my insurance would cost. I am looking at buying a 2006 ninja 250. Nothing to big or fast just a starter bike. I have rode dirt bikes all my life and looking to get into crotch rockets. I am 18, never had an accident or any tickets and am a 4.0 student. Any ideas on how much it would cost me per month or per 6 would be awesome! Thanks
Your age is gonna be a big factor. But I can't believe you can't get a rough quote/estimate. There are too many variables; do you own the bike/what kind of coverage (comp or collision)/value of the bike if there is collision coverage/driving record/etc.)

Punch in the numbers @ Geico (not an endorsement, and I don't even have coverage with them) and they should give you somewhat of an idea.

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Your age is gonna be a big factor. But I can't believe you can't get a rough quote/estimate. There are too many variables; do you own the bike/what kind of coverage (comp or collision)/value of the bike if there is collision coverage/driving record/etc.)

Punch in the numbers @ Geico (not an endorsement, and I don't even have coverage with them) and they should give you somewhat of an idea.
Ya i will try that, also i should have put that i just want the most basic insurance you need to be legal such as liability with a high deductable.
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Sorry I can't help you. However, I am curious as to how you wound up here. The only advice I can give you is to call one of the big ones, such as Geico, and see what they offer.


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young kid, crotch rocket. do you have an extra testicle?

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under $30 a month? but with an 4.0 you autta b a bel 2 out sart n e insurance agent
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As been said - too many variables.
Check with your existing insurance company with some details, they should be able to help.

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Try "Rider Insurance".
Not a recommendation, just a company that used to only insure bikes.
I don't use them, don't know prices, but I remember they had a printed sheet of prices, according to bike size and age of operator.

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