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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 04-16-2011, 11:14 AM
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I'm now covered by AARP Foremost Insurance. If your an AARP member you can get a better rate by going with AARP Foremost. Another thing I found out too late was, if you insure a new bike within 30 days of purchase, they will give you exact replacement cost's for 2 years up to $35,000.00 worth of coverage. They beat my current company's rate quote and the other Foremost quote I got. In July I'll add my other HD to the policy and it will go down even further with the AARP Policy.
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Nickel, not tryin to offend or start anything, but when I hear AARP all I can think of is AARP and Obummer spooning together. I'm with Progressive and I hate the politics they are involved in.


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Nickel, not tryin to offend or start anything, but when I hear AARP all I can think of is AARP and Obummer spooning together. I'm with Progressive and I hate the politics they are involved in.
I had a good quote thru HOG Foremost, but not good enough to make me want to sign up. A lot of the insurance companies are smooching someone's A$$ so what do you do? I had Progressive in Montana but their rates started to really get out of control so I switched to Rider's. My Rider's policy is still in effect for 2 of my bikes and their prices are good, but they are part of GMAC and more expensive than Foremost with less coverage. 6 of 1, half dozen of the other. lol
 
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So do you just have your bikes insured through AARP Woodin NIckel. I don't want to date myself, but I just signed up for membership with AARP, and thought I might check this out. In today's times it's pretty hard not to start shopping around for better values.

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So do you just have your bikes insured through AARP Woodin NIckel. I don't want to date myself, but I just signed up for membership with AARP, and thought I might check this out. In today's times it's pretty hard not to start shopping around for better values.

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The 2011 RGU is insured with AARP Foremost. My other 2 Harley's are insured with GMAC Rider's until July when I'll switch the RK to AARP and my rates will go down even further. I just officially put my '05' Deuce up for sale so I plan on it being gone. When you get your AARP number the insurance will ask for it. If you want, I can PM you the AARP Foremost Toll Free Number.
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Wooden Nickel, I'd like to get that number as well. Been wanting to sign up with AARP for a few years now, might be time now to do it.


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That would be great. I can call them next week thanks.

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