I work for State Farm, so I would like to tell you State Farm...but guess what...what is a quote for you is not a quote for your neighbor.I think this should be a sticky, so that all members can see it.
Where can you get the best insurance quote for your motorcycle???
This is something that can help out a lot of people, including me :icon_lol:
I would never recommend a broker. You get what you pay for. I'll tell you one thing...I work in the biz, and State Farm is by far the best value and service (not necessarily the price)...end of story. Any insurance agent, at any company, will tell you that if they could do it all over again (getting in the biz), they'd go with State Farm if they could. There's a reason they're #1 and have been for 60+ years...its the service and value...which is what you want when your transferring your risk (home or auto or whatever) to someone. Would you give someone the keys to your house that you didn't trust?? That's what you're doing basically when you go to a broker or one of the little guys.Try to use an Insurance BROKER, instead of just going to each website, thats what I did and got much lower rates.
United Marine Underwriters was one I used when shopping around.
Also, just time, call the companys, fill out the stuff online, talk to local dealerships.
Getting a good rate and good quality insurance isnt easy nomatter what you own, but its worth it.
keyword: call.they pretty much go off the same system, i sent for quotes to 3 agents and they were all the same... i went with the sf office that had the best email customer support
They will all have different rates as they will always be competitors with other agents. whether it be a mere ten dollar difference. Online quotes aren't the same.
I was quoted $167/mo. through the closest agent to me. Called a different agent in the next town and got it for $103/mo.