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How much would minimal motorcycle coverage cost?


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2015-07-16 18:29:05
2015-07-16 18:29:05

Cost�s can vary when it comes to insurance for a motorcycle. It is cheaper than an automobile mainly because most bikes are less likely to cause as much damage or cost as much to fix as a car. With that said however, it will probably depend on what you buy. All of my friends have had cruisers so what they pay may be different for say a Hayabusa. It could be like the difference between a Mini Cooper and a Porsche. But more to the point, one friend paid 30 a month, and the other 50 a month. The first having a better driving record and older than the second. They both drive older 80 model bikes. I�m not exactly sure what I pay seeing how I have several cars on my insurance and just go through the same company. I also can not help with anything but limited liability seeing how none of us have the money to afford it. Hope that helps.

I pay 702 per year for my 2005 Road King Custom. Complete coverage, $1Million liability. I pay 553 for complete coverage and $1Million liability for my 2002 Ford pickup F150 S/C XLT. Only your insurance company can tell you what you will pay.


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