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Does anyone who has this insurance have an opinion over regular insurance carriers

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What insurance companies have you been with in the past?



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I will likely be going thru my reg carrier but the salesman recommended HD ins so I thought I would see if anyone had it and if there was anything special about it
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I will likely be going thru my reg carrier but the salesman recommended HD ins so I thought I would see if anyone had it and if there was anything special about it
Usually, insurance offered by the dealer is a rip-off, at least in the USA. You can almost certainly do better buying insurance on your own.
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I have found that insurance premiums vary widely between companies for comparable coverage. Best to check as many companies as you can.
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I have found that insurance premiums vary widely between companies for comparable coverage. Best to check as many companies as you can.
that long with many other things, location is also one of the other major factors



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Best deal I could find on motorcycle insurance is thru Markel. I was paying $157/yr full coverage on the Rebel I have now at State Farm. Markel is $80/year with 100,000/300,000, $500 deductible AND 24/7 roadside service.

Markel is not a fly by night company either, they are a LARGE player in the insurance industry. Funny thing was a separate division of Markel bought out the company I work for 2 years ago. Two months later I get an e-mail wanting to quote me insurance...
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I will likely be going thru my reg carrier but the salesman recommended HD ins so I thought I would see if anyone had it and if there was anything special about it
Stick with your regular guy, especially if you plan on keeping the old horse as well. You get a much better rate for multiple motos...
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Best thing to do is to shop around and find the one that meets your criteria sometimes the cheapest one might not be the best.

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Best thing to do is to shop around and find the one that meets your criteria sometimes the cheapest one might not be the best.
yup, basically for all types of insurance the same thing applies, it's good to check with the smaller and newer companies as they really want your business and will be easier on you.



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