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I have a new RR on order and another thread here made me wonder what its going to cost to insure this bad boy. I've been paying $50/mo. for an RC51 through State Farm and wouldn't mind something similar for the CBR.

What rates have you been quoted ? By who ? Full coverage ? What's your record like ? :idunno:
 

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Just got a quote from my current insurance company USAA. My rates from my 929 to the 1000 would jump an astronomical $72 a year if I upgraded ;) . I dont know if I can handle that :p , I mean knowing that all I have to do now is upgrade.
To upgrade or not to upgrade....that is the question..... :huh:
 

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Duke said:
Just got a quote from my current insurance company USAA. My rates from my 929 to the 1000 would jump an astronomical $72 a year if I upgraded ;) . I dont know if I can handle that :p , I mean knowing that all I have to do now is upgrade.
To upgrade or not to upgrade....that is the question..... :huh:
What are you paying total Duke?
 

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Just about 670 bux a year + 100 deducatable full coverage. Breaks down to about 56 bux a month. If I upgrade it would go to about 62 bucks a month. :D
 

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Just about 700 bux a year + 100 deducatable full coverage. Breaks down to about 58 bux a month. If I upgrade it would go to about 62-63 bucks a month. :D
USAA is good if you can get in. I use them for Home and Auto. $500 deductable and I pay $136 every 6 months. This is with 2 cars, 2 bikes, a loan and home insurance through them.
 

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You need to focus on asking that to people in your state. Every state is going to be different. Full coverage on my '02 RC in TX was $950 a year (minimums on liab/comp/coll), it's $300 and some change in WA. The 1000RR is $300 and some change also.
 

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USAA is good if you can get in. I use them for Home and Auto. $500 deductable and I pay $136 every 6 months. This is with 2 cars, 2 bikes, a loan and home insurance through them.

:shocked: Wow. That is really low for home car and bike insurance ;) :D , that is a great bike rate :thumb:. I just found out that if I added my house to the policy it would not decrease, however if I added more bikes :evilaugh: (or cars) it would. Im also considering dropping the deductable on the bike from 100 to 500 bux .
 

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Duke said:
:shocked: Wow. That is really low for home car and bike insurance ;) :D , that is a great bike rate :thumb:. I just found out that if I added my house to the policy it would not decrease, however if I added more bikes :evilaugh: (or cars) it would. Im also considering dropping the deductable on the bike from 100 to 500 bux .
Duke,
Keep in mind the amount of mileage you tell them the bike will be ridden in a year. My commute is 5 miles one way, 5 days a week. Put your wife as the primary of the most expensive vehicle, that should drop it as well.
 
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