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Hello riders, picking up a 2013 highball tomorrow. It has been long overdue! Any insurance recommendations? Seems like farmers gave me a better option than dairyland
 

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I think Progressive will give you the best deal.
 

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Geico came in at $211 for a year for my 2009 and my 2004, progressive quoted me $283 just for my 2004. I am 25 yrs old and one bike has full coverage and the other is just liability
 

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Shop around. Seems that you can often save more on bike insurance that way even if it's not same company as the rest of your insurance.
 
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just a warning DO NOT GET Geico . If you do have a claim they try to say damage was preexisting and wont cove the parts . My buddy has a repair shop and Geico is the only Insurance company that does it every time .
 

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I see that being difficult given the large number of photos many bike owners take of their toys.
 

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Dairyland was cheaper then any for me.
Im mid 40s, clean record, perfect score

However Im in Chicagoland

That brings me to the point that carriers rates vary huge by location risk. Most other carriers refused to do a motorcycle by itself. They wanted the auto and home also.

I wanted it separate.
 
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