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Those of you lucky ones in North America, what is the insurance industry classifying this bike as? standard? sport etc? thanks in advance
 

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Classified as a sport bike unfortunately...
 

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My agent couldn't find a classification, in fact they couldn't even verify the vin.
They have a writer (is that the correct term?) off of my 1098 until they can figure it out.
When I first called and set up the insurance on Thurs geico told me $600 or so a year for the SF (multibike discount) but apparently they increased it and it's around $750 year. Surpisingly more than the brutale.

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State Farm used some kind of measurement...I don't remember if it was Rake or something, but that's how they determined that it was a sportbike...
 

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Insanity

My Insurance company here in the UK said it was

Group. Extreme Psycopathac Hooligan Group.
and that people who purchase,or even think about purchasing this vehicle really need to undergo an extensive treatment of electro shock therapy :eek:
 

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When I first called and set up the insurance on Thurs geico told me $600 or so a year for the SF (multibike discount) but apparently they increased it and it's around $750 year. Surpisingly more than the brutale.

Chris
Yep I was quoted 750 two weeks ago, now 999yr. Ouch!
 

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I was quoted approximately $700 a year for an S model from Foremost Ins. They recently reclassified Monsters as Standards and I currently pay $290 a year for a 2009 1100S with $6K in accessory coverage from them ($20K Total). Both are full coverage with $250 comp & $500 collision deductibles.
 

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I was quoted approximately $700 a year for an S model from Foremost Ins. They recently reclassified Monsters as Standards and I currently pay $290 a year for a 2009 1100S with $6K in accessory coverage from them ($20K Total). Both are full coverage with $250 comp & $500 collision deductibles.
Those are good rates. For me, one of the downfalls of living in the car/bike theft capital of the world.
 

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I was quoted approximately $700 a year for an S model from Foremost Ins. They recently reclassified Monsters as Standards and I currently pay $290 a year for a 2009 1100S with $6K in accessory coverage from them ($20K Total). Both are full coverage with $250 comp & $500 collision deductibles.

Strangely enough full coverage on my 910S brutale is only about $450 a year and yet both are nakeds?

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Well I managed to get some good news today with regard to insurance for a base Streetfighter. I was pleasantly surprised actually and Progressive came through. I live in Miami, just east of Little Haiti and north of Little Havana where most resident's previous car was a donkey and a cart prior to their arrival here in the USA. For full coverage per year I was quoted 610.00 dollars. 41 years old, no tickets and no accidents. (yet) I am very happy with that quote and will provide a vin just as soon as I get one. I called Geico and was quoted like 2000.00 plus so it pays to shop around.
 

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Anybody has the final quote from Geico? How do they classify SF - "performance" or "standard"? I was quoted $1528 for former and $560 for latter, but the lady on the phone could not give me definitive answer w/o VIN, which would give her proper category. Bike name (SF) was not recognized by her computer.
So how Geico classify it for you?
 

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Anybody has the final quote from Geico? How do they classify SF - "performance" or "standard"? I was quoted $1528 for former and $560 for latter, but the lady on the phone could not give me definitive answer w/o VIN, which would give her proper category. Bike name (SF) was not recognized by her computer.
So how Geico classify it for you?
I was quoted $999yr and they specifically said it was a sportbike. That was with no VIN though.
 

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I was paying $570 for my 1098S Tri. with State Farm and $540 for my 06 999R. I hope the SF won't be any higher than that!

Geico is supposed to be cheaper and I think they're the worst, I called them once for a quote, they asked me how much I was paying with the current ins. co., after I told them, their answer was: that's a good price! and hung up on me.
 

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I'm 28 Married with house and multiple cars.
State farm is charging me $663 a year,, or 56 a month (I pay monthly for 6 month renewals).. not too bad for what I have been used to
1000 collision 500 comp (it may be 500 collision 1000 comp) for deductibles.
 
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