Yeah once i hit that 25 mark, my rates dropped drastically.
Well Im not saying it isnt true, just not what I typically see around here. Far more commonly around here you see idiots on liter bikes who have never ridden anything in their life prior. Usually they get some wrecked 1000 from a friend for cheap, put it together with zip ties then crash it at 95 mph in a parking lot.triple88a said:
Next monday they should come down a bit with my MSF done and class M regular license. Then another year and I hit 25.cashmoney said:Yeah once i hit that 25 mark, my rates dropped drastically.
Some companies look back farther than 4 years.triple88a said:1 speeding ticket for 1-14 over 4 years ago which is not on my record any more, no other tickets, no accidents...etc so no actually a great record.
Well... being a licensed rider, and having taken an approved safety course generally make for less accidents... Of course this is not strictly true in both cases, but it makes you look better to them.cashmoney said:How will having the M class or MSF course done help insurance rates? I have neither and am paying dirt cheap for full coverage. Just curious.
but progressive does.triple88a said:Statefarm doesnt give discounts for completing the safety course.
Progressive was nearly triple for auto insurance for me compared to state farm, homeowners was almost double, so i didn't bother having them quote a bike.lifehousee said:I second that medical coverage. Insurance for the 500 should not be expensive at all. Look at prgressive guys, it is a massive savings over statefarm.....And here is a neat tidbit of info....If anyone was in the military or has family in the military look at USAA they over great insurance and for an even better rate.
Side note* Anybody been riding around the O'hare area, want to meet up and go for a cruise?
I dont.jmanrunner said: