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I am creating and pinning this thread as a place for us to compare Motorcycle Insurance Quotes, Rates and reviews so that we can all work together to find the lowest rates and best total insurance packages for our FZ-07's and other motorcycles.
 
After calling around, my best deal came from Dairyland. I'm currently paying $22.00 a month for full coverage, plus underinsured/non insured on my FZ-09. this also includes total cost replacement, not just what they deem the bike to be worth.
 
Luckily, I haven't had to test their service after an accident yet. But I'm told that $22 per month for an FZ-09 is very low so I'm pretty happy!
 
Who is your insurance company and how much are you paying?

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Progressive 600 a year full coverage ( 50 a month ish) the Buell is 20 a month basic coverage. Clean driving record for now :)
wtf I have a clean record and I'm 27, progressive is charging me $100/ month.
Insurance prices has a lot to do with where you live, how old you are, amount of experience on a bike, the engine size, combining bikes and cars. So if someone is getting half of what you payed it could mean a lot of things. But just keep searching around for the best. I live in CA, age 30, and I have AAA at $800 a year $250 deductible. 

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Progressive is such a rip off. They were giving me $1500 a year for full coverage while State Farm gave me $576.
A friend I ride with is in pretty much the same situation as I am, same clean record, same age except I'm married and he isn't.  He's got a 1600cc or something Harley and is paying $500 a year through State Farm so he gave me his insurance agent's contact info, hopefully I can get a better rate through them.

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Progressive is such a rip off. They were giving me $1500 a year for full coverage while State Farm gave me $576.
A friend I ride with is in pretty much the same situation as I am, same clean record, same age except I'm married and he isn't.  He's got a 1600cc or something Harley and is paying $500 a year through State Farm so he gave me his insurance agent's contact info, hopefully I can get a better rate through them.
The FZ is a sport bike thats the problem I'm going to look into another company also not that I didn't look around first  

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You can get competing quotes all at once via the General, see the ads on here for The General? Check it out. That's where I found my low Dairyland quote.
 
See, those banner ads can come in handy sometimes.. lol

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Liberty Mutual
 
33/M/Accident free for almost a decade
 
Bodily Injury $250,000 per person /$500,000 per occurrence
Property Damage $100,000
Uninsured Motorist $100,000/300,000
Underinsured Motorist $100,000/300,000
Comprehension 0 / Collision $500 / Towing Yes / $3500 of coverage for mods.
 
Costs me $66/month
 
I live in a wealthy area, I see $60,000-300,000 cars daily. I also live in the mushroom capital of the world, no joke, so tons of under-insured, uninsured, even illegal laborers. I wanted to fill the gap if I had an accident and legs cost a lot to sew back on or amputate, so I have high coverage.
 

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I think Canada (or at least Saskatchewan) might be the winner. Bike insurance for me (29 year old male) is 2842.00 for the year. Luckily I work week in / week out so I am currently doing 8 day permits at $48 per week. Storage insurance is $220 for the year. For reference a touring bike of the same displacement is 1877.00.
 
Dustin

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I also know AAA does not care about the class of the bike. They only care about engine size. A yamaha r6 (600cc) was cheaper to insure then my fz07 (689cc). I checked a triumph scrambler (865cc) before and the quote was a lot higher then progressive. Progressive goes by class and other things and it was like half the cost of AAA.

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