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I just got my insurance from Progressive for $224. It broke down as follows:

Bodily injury liability coverage - $25000 each person/ $50000 each accident.
Property damage liability - $10000 each accident.
Comprehensive - $500 deductible.
Collision - $500 deductible.
Uninsured motorist - $25000 each person/ $50000 each accident.

I have a motorcycle endorsement and have had motorcycles all my life. I did a lot of research and have found these settings work best for me in getting a good quote. I totally recommend Progressive.;)
 
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Hey Marq,


Thanks for posting this is good info. Have you check with statefarm I heard they do pretty good with motorcycle insurance?



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guys Im using my insurance and it was only 90$PER YEAR! for the basic of course.
The website is this one https://www.dairylandinsurance.com/

Good luck.
I did look at them too but I was a little concerned about the reviews after some people were upset that when they had an accident it took 5 days before anyone contacted them but I guess just don't have an accident.
 

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I did look at them too but I was a little concerned about the reviews after some people were upset that when they had an accident it took 5 days before anyone contacted them but I guess just don't have an accident.
I've had them for my scooter both the piaggio fly and the honda pcx for 3 years and never had an issue with them, i mean you are paying SO cheap i think its worth it
 

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guys Im using my insurance and it was only 90$PER YEAR! for the basic of course.
The website is this one https://www.dairylandinsurance.com/

Good luck.
So I just checked how much insurance for me and an R3 would be.....

$5935.85 a year!!

so nope.. will not be using them. I have had No accidents. No tickets.. My driving record is clean.. Why so much, I have no Idea. Ridiculous.
 

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So I just checked how much insurance for me and an R3 would be.....

$5935.85 a year!!

so nope.. will not be using them. I have had No accidents. No tickets.. My driving record is clean.. Why so much, I have no Idea. Ridiculous.
WOW! That's not a typo is it?
 

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Are insurance companies still classifying the r3 as a super sport? I read a few weeks ago that they do.
Well on the Yamaha website it is under the 'super sport' section so maybe that is where the insurers get some of their information.
 

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progressive gave me the same rate. $5856 yr...

they arent classifying it correctly... or as others stated as a super sport in the same category as the R6 and R1... it pretty much has deterred me from picking up an R3...
 

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WOW! That's not a typo is it?
That is not a typo.. Basically 6000.. I have a couple quotes from others for around 1100 up to 1400.. but 5900.. Blew me away.
 

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Im 25, clean record but no experience on bike living in Quebec, Canada. The cheapest I got is 60$ a year for basic coverage, 200$ a year with 250$ deductible non-collision and 350$ a year with 250$ deductible on both collision and non-collision. This was with the personal (I'm an engineer and get good deals with them due to that here).

The most ridiculous quote I got is 3800$ full coverage. Was told its a "yzf" and that's supersport and that it doesn't matter which one I have.
 

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Alright, so finally set up insurance on it. Oddly, or not oddly based entirely on paper/words instead of common sense, the 320 cc "sport" R3 costs slightly more than my 700cc standard motorcycle.

I set up full coverage with 2 riders on the motorcycle (my wife and I) since I know for various reasons I may have to get on the R3 every now and then. Came out to 42 bucks a month for two people.
 

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Full coverage. State Farm, $250 collision deductible, $100 comprehensive deductible. Annual rate $228.

48 y/o male with clean driving record and MSF course.
 

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Geico wanted $1500.00 for two insured riders. One with MSF endorsement one without. This is also who our auto is with. There is a previous at fault collision on one driver.

Called progressive. $488.00 for the year if paid all at once. Also includes $3000.00 of accessories at no charge. I wonder if that includes riding gear :p

Breakdown is as follows:
Deductible - $1000.00
Bodily injury liability coverage - $25000 each person/ $50000 each accident.
Property damage liability - $10000 each accident.
Comprehensive - $500 deductible.
Uninsured motorist - $25000 each person/ $50000 each accident.
 
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