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What is the average cost for motorcycle insurance in Massachusetts?


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2012-01-10 18:20:59
2012-01-10 18:20:59

Too Much! There is no answer to this question. Depends heavily on where you garage the Bike,along with your driving record. Two variables that have a profound weight on the cost. Add in the Bike model and weather or not collision is required and you have another set of costs,once again based on where you live. I know that doesnt help, but it is the answer. Suburburbs are cheaper than the City Ray


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