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$1378 a year for me. Clean record, divorced, completed the MSF course, and my car is covered with the same company. I have no uninsured or underinsured coverage.

Living in the city hits you in the pocket. Hopefully it'll drop a bit when I turn 30 in September.
 

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dam thats alot....I pay 336 a year for the bike with 2 speeding tickets and 100/300 policy....
 

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It's living in Phill cuz. They rape you for insurance here. I shopped around and nothing comes close. My car is with Allstate as well as my bike so that's why I got that rate. Progressive's online quote was $5660.
 

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Dont feel bad I'm 23, never married, only 1 accident, have car insurance through the same company as the bike, & a $500 deductable.. I pay $159 a month for full coverage, which adds up to $1908 a year.
I turn 24 in a week, so Im thinking of trying to shop around!!!
Oh yeah, I also live in the city & yes insurance is expensive!!!
 

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State Farm should be able to get you a quote, but it would be reduced if you had all you insurance with them. When I first bought my bike I was paying $3100/yr, called State Farm and they quoted me $390/yr with vehicle and renters in Conshy.
 

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Good lord, those are some high rates! I'm 32, married, took the MSF, clean record, full coverage, and went with the company that handles my cars. My rate is $30 per month ($360 annual).
 

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Same here 36 clean record, State Farm Full coverage 300+ a year.
 

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Yeah, again... State Farm, 21, unmarried, have car and renters there, 2 speeding (17mph +) 1 unreasonable and imprudent speed, 250/500/250 coverage, 0 deduct. ... and I pay 47/mo for the bike...and 112 for the car with same coverage. In WI
 

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For most of you guys it seems that State Farm is the way to go but I just got off the phone with them & still no better than what I already have!!

I guess that's what you get for being young, dumb, and full of c*m!!!
 

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Damn the man! I have Geico for my vette but progressive for my bike because it was a lot cheaper. Go figure.
 
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