Holy Shit! Where you from??
It's because you have the cool blue pearl.....Yeah that.....
I got Progressive and pay $379.00 for TWO Road Glides.........................................PER YEAR
Full coverage on a 2008 and 2011 including 4K for accessories, and roadside assistance.
A little known secret for getting insurance through Progressive. DO NOT use a local agent to buy your insurance. Do it through the website. That way you aren't paying the agent's commission.
I found about the same savings switching from Progressive to Dairyland. On my second year with them insuring 3 bikes but have not had any claims. Nothing bad to say about them.My mistake it is only $122 a month. Yeah looking at switching. Haven't had an accident in over 10 years or a ticket in over 3 so WTH. Checked Dairyland Insurance and they are 1/2 of progressive. Anyone have any experience with them. Down here I only have 3 options, Progressive, Geico, and Dairlyland. Have to check Geico yet.
Thanks Triplej. Looks like I am going to definitely make the switch. Just wanna double check Geico even though I don't have much hope.I found about the same savings switching from Progressive to Dairyland. On my second year with them insuring 3 bikes but have not had any claims. Nothing bad to say about them.
Rider is cheap ... but that is low coverage too.Whew....Sorry west coast riders..Here on the east coast, we have Rider Insurance Company.. My Road Glide costs me $185 a year with 12/40/20 coverages.... My 05 Road Glide and daughters 250 Ninja combined was $164 a year...
I know that prices differ depending where you live and your driving record, but Rider with maximum coverage (250/500 + 250/500 uninsured/under-insured) just cost me $317 / year.Rider is cheap ... but that is low coverage too.
I applied to check rates and found for a 250K / 500k policy my cost was $615.
No savings compared to many other insurance companies.
In today's real world, the coverage you have wouldn't pay for a hit to one new vehicle, much less other claims for liability.