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Old 08-16-2010, 04:59 AM   #1
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As we know motorcycle insurance is expensive as compared to the car insurance therefore we look for the best possible quotes online to get the best deal.

Look for minimum motorcycle insurance covers: Most of the states require minimum ‘Third Party Only’ and ‘Third Party Fire and Theft’ insurance covers. The ‘Third Party Only’ insurance cover provides cover for damages caused to the third party and their property during an accident whereas ‘Third Party Fire and Theft’ has protection for fire and theft. Also look for comprehensive coverage to protect your vehicles against theft, vandalism or any natural disasters.

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Tips For Motorcycle Insurance : Look For Minimum Motorcycle Insurance Covers
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Old 09-15-2010, 02:14 AM   #2
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The high quoted rate is probably on a new cycle in order to cover possible loss or collision damage. The lien holder demands that you have complete insurance coverage on the bike. Had you purchased the cycle outright, you could insure it for the minimal amount of public liability insurance.And then there's the type of bike and size which also determines the rate. Any sports or rocket bikes in the 750ccs and above will warrant high premiums. You can lower you rates considerably by choosing a 500 cc bike.
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Old 09-15-2010, 09:12 AM   #3
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As an Industry Specialist in Motorcycle insurance I can politely tell you that if ANYONE on this forum has a question about coverages and needs they can PM me or call me at anytime night or day. Funny thing is that I don't even have to sell my company or services in order to help them. I'm just that cool. As far as CC size, it's bunk. I just insured a Thunder Mountain BlackHawk 240 (1550 cc motor) for a guy for under $270 annual with 100/300 liability and matching uninsured motorist coverage. All the bells n whistles including $5k in accessories coverage and towing.
As for your lien comment- traditional banks and credit unions have that stipulation but GE and HSBC have no requirement for liens. THey act as revolving credit cards and could care less. The majority of bikes financed go through those lenders in the US. Yes- I was also a Finance Manager.
If you look at any of my post I don't believe I have even in this history of my post ever tried to advertise ACE through a post. These guys know that if they need something answered all they have to do is ask.
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Old 09-15-2010, 11:11 AM   #4
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As an Industry Specialist in Motorcycle insurance I can politely tell you that if ANYONE on this forum has a question about coverages and needs they can PM me or call me at anytime night or day. Funny thing is that I don't even have to sell my company or services in order to help them. I'm just that cool. As far as CC size, it's bunk. I just insured a Thunder Mountain BlackHawk 240 (1550 cc motor) for a guy for under $270 annual with 100/300 liability and matching uninsured motorist coverage. All the bells n whistles including $5k in accessories coverage and towing.
As for your lien comment- traditional banks and credit unions have that stipulation but GE and HSBC have no requirement for liens. THey act as revolving credit cards and could care less. The majority of bikes financed go through those lenders in the US. Yes- I was also a Finance Manager.
If you look at any of my post I don't believe I have even in this history of my post ever tried to advertise ACE through a post. These guys know that if they need something answered all they have to do is ask.


That's why you're a well respected member of this little fraternity Kirk, we know you're a stand-up guy. I can't think of anyone except Seruzawa that would be suckered in by these suspected spammers
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