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post #21 of 44 Old 01-14-2015, 03:23 PM
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You guys are getting off light. My wife just had a 5 mph wreck in her car and I just checked on my coverage for the zx1000nffl with Progressive. After going through various options, it came back at $2700 per year for full coverage with 1000 deductible. Just for entertainment, I plugged in my 19 year old son's info to see the cost - the same coverage was $12,900 per year! Guess we won't see the normal 19 year old squids riding this thing.

I will probably check a few other companies to see if the rates vary much.



I would check with Geico. When I purchased my 2014 BMW S 1000R Progressive wanted 1k for insurance so I told the agent he is got to do better, so I ended up with McGraw Ins Svcs/Pacific Specialty Ins co. at about $650. The only bike I have with Progressive now is my 2015 R NinetyT. When I get my H2, I am probably going to transfer all my M/C Insurance to Geico.
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I got quoted AUD$758 from my insurance company NRMA, they don't even have the H2 listed on their website, I have to do it over the phone, insured value AUD$37,000
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I got my insurance quote the other day, just over $2800.00 for a years coverage in Canadian dollars. Insured for $30,000 bucks and $5,000 worth of riding gear. That's using ICBC for basic coverage and Beacon for the replacement costs.
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I got my insurance quote the other day, just over $2800.00 for a years coverage in Canadian dollars. Insured for $30,000 bucks and $5,000 worth of riding gear. That's using ICBC for basic coverage and Beacon for the replacement costs.
that sounds like quite a lot
is this is company where the H2 will be the only thing you have with them or do you already have other things insured with them?
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My 2014 Ninja 1000 cost me about $1400 for last year from the same company.
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My 2014 Ninja 1000 cost me about $1400 for last year from the same company.
Was there any riding gear covered with that or just the bike itself?
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I had $1000 coverage for gear last year, with the new bike came new gear this year.lol
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Has anyone in the UK managed to get an insurance quote yet ?

I've been trying various companies and haven't found many that even have the Ninja H2 on their list of bike options.

I did a GoCompare search and the only one that came up was MCE at over 5k !! Clearly that's not legitimate ..... I hope !!

I spoke to Carole Nash and they said they'd have a look at a 'special quote' option and they'd ring me back .... never heard anything :-)

It's not like I'm a young tearaway I'm a 52 yr old with years of experience on 1000cc stuff :-(
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I've got insurance in the uk..... Only Road Risks ,,,third party only. Minimal legal requirement. If it get stolen,all they can do is bury it. If i crash,,,unlucky.



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I have 5 other bikes and 4 cars. 55 years old, no kids in Calgary. No tickets.

The H2 cost for me is $364/year. My insurance presumes that I can only ride one bike at a time. It includes gear. I asked for a quote last week. I told her to check again and she never got back to me so I presume that was the right number - but it may change.

My Gixxer is just under $1k, my Harley $800, my CBR less than $300. my YSR less than $100 - I don't recall what my Guzzi is. $400 I think. This is all from memory - all my insurance is one monthly bill. House, cars, bikes - all one bill.

My total motorcycle insurance bill is about $3k/year for 6 bikes.

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