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Old 07-07-12, 08:37 AM   #51
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....................MC insurance is both arms, both legs and first born male child. My Brother-in-law parked his motorcycle because of insurance costs at least one year.
Here in CT it costs me $425 a yr. for full coverage, year round on my '05 Ducati SS1000DS. Same price for the 998S I used to have. All through State Farm.
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Old 07-07-12, 01:57 PM   #52
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Here in CT it costs me $425 a yr. for full coverage, year round on my '05 Ducati SS1000DS. Same price for the 998S I used to have. All through State Farm.
I never buy anything more than liability. Always keep the bikes within eyesight.
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Old 07-07-12, 03:07 PM   #53
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When I insured my Kawasaki Concours I was quoted about $145 a year for full coverage. I decided to go with two steps up liability insurance since it's an eleven year old bike. If I do something stupid, it's my own dollar. That is State Farm prices.

I am not sure the difference between the pricing in Ks and Ct.
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Old 07-07-12, 08:39 PM   #54
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had a yamaha back in the 60-s rode it till I had to ride on the freeway to work,the pucker factor was to much,so I got out the painting stuff and put a new paint job on it and sold it,,Do not miss it...

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Old 07-08-12, 04:33 AM   #55
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When I insured my Kawasaki Concours I was quoted about $145 a year for full coverage. I decided to go with two steps up liability insurance since it's an eleven year old bike. If I do something stupid, it's my own dollar. That is State Farm prices.

I am not sure the difference between the pricing in Ks and Ct.
I think it depends a lot on where you are in the state. Here in CT the rates are higher in Bridgeport than Lebanon and in KS I'm sure they're higher in Topeka than Garden City. But, generally since CT is so small and every town is close to population centers I'm betting insurance is more expensive generally.
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