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Allstate for now but i am going to switch to progressive , because they are 30 bucks cheaper.

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Progressive for now, but I am checking out AAA. They are close to making changes that should make them more competitive with their MC insurance.

I just got a quote from AAA for my 5 bikes and they want almost $3000 for a year. :cry:

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I just got a quote from AAA for my 5 bikes and they want almost $3000 for a year. :cry:

Wait a week or so then get another quote, they are changing the way they write their MC policies.

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How do you like your '05 350 Raptor??? I know it's really just a Warrior drapped in Raptor plastics but how does it perform??? It would be for my girlfriend to ride in the dunes... It's a heck of a lot cheaper than the real Raptor she wants but get the job done the same...

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USAA, about a 150 ish a year for full coverage for my KX500 and about 400 isha year for same on my harley. progressive wanted 5 grand a year for the R1 I am looking at and USAA only wanted 428 a year...think I will stay with USAA

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Hmmm that reminds me, I need to cal USAA about my bike. It's offroad only but I still want it covered in case it's stolen.

Edit: To recommend USAA is not really fair though because it's not available to the general public.

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Hmmm that reminds me, I need to cal USAA about my bike. It's offroad only but I still want it covered in case it's stolen.

Edit: To recommend USAA is not really fair though because it's not available to the general public.

Yes but if it is,, check um out.

USAA insures my DRZ, CRF230, CRF80, F350, Bronco, Explorer, Celica Supra, Car trailer, Motercycle trailer, and house :cry:

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I don't have a list quite like that but they also do one of my mortgages and a credit card. :cry:

I'm not sure if the eligibility requirements have changed as you used to either be an active duty or retired military officer or have a host (such as your parents) in order to qualify. Great company though.

Edit: If you fall into this category and have never heard about USAA you should look into it.

Who's Eligible?

Active duty officers and enlisted personnel

National Guard and Reserve officers and enlisted personnel

Officer candidates in commissioning programs (Academy, ROTC, OCS and OTS)

Former spouses and adult children of USAA members

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