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What the heck man. I just received a quote for 3k and another one for 4700 for this bike. What do you guys pay in SoCal? I thought may be bundling it to my home owners insurance along with my four cages I would have received a smoking deal.

Those quotes seem a bit high.
 

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Dayyum...you must be young??!! Or you have a lot of incident points? Otherwise that’s rape.

I pay $434/yr.....but I’m 62 yrs. old.

That’s for $100k/300k Bodily Injury, $50k Property, $1000 deductible.....on a multi-vehicle AAA policy in Orange County.

I have two bikes and probably wouldn’t even ride if I had to pay those prices you quoted.


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I’m with Erion, however, I moved from Orange County to Texas and my insurance went way up. No tickets in 20 years either and I’m nearly 50.
 

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I pay approx $1000 a year per vehicle on a multi motorcycle policy (2018 RR and 1016 XR) from Gieco. The RR is a bit higher than the XR. I’m 39 and live in San Diego county. Shop around those are pretty high quotes.
 

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I pay $1361/yr here in Los Angeles...That's for $100K/$300K Bodily Injury, $50K Property with a $250 Deductible. I have Geico with 3 Cars and Home Owners insurance.
 

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I pay $600/year for full coverage. $500 delectable for collision...however I live in Alberta, Canada.

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Try State Farm, they had always by far the best motorcycle deals for me in the Bay Area.
 

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Doesn't BMW partner with Liberty Mutual for insurance? I think the new 2020 M Sport is only $400/year for me through them and I'm mid 30s and I do not have a clean record. I am not in CA, though. However, I got raped on the V4S -- my friend in LA that is the same age pays about $400/year for the V4S and I was paying close to triple that...I don't know how that worked, but I shopped around for that bike and could not find anyone lower.
 

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$68/mo Gico; no accidents $500 deduc; CA - 48yr
$110/mo Gico; 2 claims $1000 deduc; CA - 48yr

I'm trying to figure out if insurance companies share information; which aparently they do.
 

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SoCal (OC) here too, 39M (M1 >20yrs), no points/accidents. New RR with 100/300/100 $500 ded (5-10k mi/yr):
-Geico $141/mo
-Progressive: $333/mo
-Allstate: $181/mo

Dangit, CA!
 
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