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post #1 of 21 Old 05-05-2016, 09:46 AM Thread Starter
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Insurance in the US....

Anyone find a decent priced insurance for theH2 in the united States? Best I've found is$240 a month from National General for full coverage anyone else have somewhere I should try that would be a better deal?
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I have mine through Geico, but the rest of my bikes are through Progressive. I had all of my insurance through State Farm for about 30 years, but then my teenage drivers came along and I was lucky to get coverage from anyone. I can't remember my specific rates.
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Here is my thread from a year ago:


I mentioned this on another thread, but I hit the deal with Geico for $876, there was about a two hour delay and then another message that said welcome to the family and go print your documents. I have three kids who have had their share of spills and the wife just had a high dollar 5mph spill in December. I knew I was screwed so I am thankful for Geico.
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Good insurance prices are based heavily on your credit score and proximity to high loss areas so YMMV. State farm ~$240

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Geico is saying $462 a month in my area lol might as well go buy another H2 if that's the case lol
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Just got quoted $482 for the year from State Farm
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Yes State Farm for me also. $560 a year full coverage.
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$500 a year for an H2 is terrifically low, that's what I pay for my Harleys w/ discounts for experienced rider, no tickets/points, safety course, multiple/4 motorcycles, cars & home owners insurance w/ same co discount, etc. I don't have teen drivers yet either, not till next year.

I'm definitely going to call State Farm for a quote but to compare apples to apples - What is your guys liability coverage ($ amount, $500k?) & deductible?
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I'm paying $60 a month through State Farm.

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$500 a year for an H2 is terrifically low, that's what I pay for my Harleys w/ discounts for experienced rider, no tickets/points, safety course, multiple/4 motorcycles, cars & home owners insurance w/ same co discount, etc. I don't have teen drivers yet either, not till next year.

I'm definitely going to call State Farm for a quote but to compare apples to apples - What is your guys liability coverage ($ amount, $500k?) & deductible?
50 property, 100 bodily, 50 uninsured I think? 500 deductible
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