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Your Progressive Direct Motorcycle insurance rate has been reduced - June 1, 2007, 10:42 PM

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Dear DANA HOWE:

Your rate went down! As you know, we consider a number of factors when setting rates, but it's responsible customers like you who help us keep rates low.

too bad i still pay probably 5x as much as everyone else cause i have full coverage just in case.


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June 1, 2007, 11:22 PM

I called progressive today since I'll be getting my M soon. And they said that when I do my rate would go UP....maybe I wont call them.


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June 1, 2007, 11:26 PM

I have State Farm and have full coverage with a $50 deductible on my bike. I believe I pay around $400 a year for it.
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FYI- I had Progressive for years UNTIL I got a bike....went to State Farm MUCH MUCH MUCH lower.

Got to have a decent driving record though....


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FYI- I had Progressive for years UNTIL I got a bike....went to State Farm MUCH MUCH MUCH lower.

Got to have a decent driving record though....
Progressive has treated me well.... $50 a month full coverage for a liter bike... I don't have a stellar driving record.

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I doubt it, i have full coverage and pay more a month for that than I do the payments itself!


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i have full cov on mine... 1K a year... i'm 23 with no points or accidents or anything
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hmm... yeah i paid $112 a month for mine, full coverage. I have a perfect driving record and good credit. I'll shop around for insurance next month when my renewal is up.


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Full coverage, 300$ a year on a liter bike with State Farm...

Some tickets (1 reckless) in the last 5 years.. no accidents.

But I have life/house/2 other cars insured with them as well.


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$228/year - full coverage on my 1100 with State Farm. They also provide my home and car.


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just got my renewal... get this...

Last year (current): $112.76 a month
Renewal year: $112.71 a month

what a f**kin joke. Guess i'll be calling state farm


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I wonder if I'll get a "Good Rider" discount as I haven't made a claim nor gotten any tickets in a year?

Of course, with the news I got yesterday, that may be changing in the near future.

My family has used State Farm for ages and once out on m own, I ended up going with USAA. All told, we've never had any issues with either company. A shame I was too late to be grandfathered into USAA instead of being pushed off to Progressive. I'm sure it is all the squids the military pushes out ("Doood, I have money now, I want a liter bike!") that keeps the rates high.


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Progressive just dropped my rates....but I go thru USAA, and I'm older than most of you. Last time I talked to them, they said my rates would be literally get cut in half if I get married.....


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June 7, 2007, 09:58 AM

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I have State Farm and have full coverage with a $50 deductible on my bike. I believe I pay around $400 a year for it.
State Farm for me to. Full coverage with a $250 deductible only 22 a month or $264 a year.

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haha it droped 5 cent, thats funny. I got a letter in the mail yesterday, stating my insurance went up $57 casue I dont actually have a home owners discount. I guess living w/your rents who DO own a home DOSEN'T count, thats sucks.
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