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November 25, 2002, 10:40 AM

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However, you might want to consider NOT submitting a claim. I was talking to someone who needed a new front fairing, and some other misc. stuff totaling about 2,000 or so. According to his ins. company, his rates would have gone up a 500 dollars/yr if he made a claim.
Very good point. Its not even the first wreck that will hurt you. But if you wreck again, they will probably drop you and then, good luck getting coverage. If the damage is cosmetic to the plastic, most of the time it can be fixed for a reasonable amount. That or you can live with it, it gives the bike character
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