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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...:confused:
 

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Because everyone's age, driving record, location, credit rating, and special deductions (e.g. HOG membership, recent motorcycle safety course, etc,), all of which affect the premium price, are different I can only provide anecdotal information related to me because I just renewed my Harley-Davidson insurance through Progressive last week. The annual premium was $197 and that is about $150 less than getting the identical coverage through AmFam that covers my homeowners policy and the insurance on my four cars. I have no complaints at all with the Harley Davidson insurance through Progressive.
 

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.........my rate tripled when I traded in my Suzuki for the Street 750.
Wow!

What model Suzuki did you have?

I also own a 2010 C50T Boulevard, and the insurance I pay on that bike, with the "multi bike discount" is still MORE than I pay for my 2015 Harley Davidson XG750 Street!

Both similar engine sizes (750 vs 800) but the Harley is 6 years NEWER, and in my opinion "more" susceptible to being stolen, than a 6-7 year old Suzuki!

I was surprised at how little insurance I paid on the Harley vs the Boulevard.
 
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