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Old 06-07-2012, 05:01 PM   #31
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Old 06-07-2012, 06:49 PM   #32
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WOW!

Try statefarm or Jevco.

I was 28 M1 and a sport bike 600CC. $900 /yr Statefarm.
Now I'm $1000 a year with a 750cc touring bike Jevco.
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Old 06-07-2012, 08:22 PM   #33
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i mean, dont you think an engine swapping bmw fanatic would have some knowledge of things with engines other than a bmw car?
Butchering a m50 swap in a e30 which is the most documented swap where you are spoon fed information makes you an engine swapping fanatic? LoL
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Old 06-08-2012, 01:46 AM   #34
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WOW!

Try statefarm or Jevco.

I was 28 M1 and a sport bike 600CC. $900 /yr Statefarm.
Now I'm $1000 a year with a 750cc touring bike Jevco.
jevco don't do super sport

listen, trever or whatever the **** your name is...keep your witty ass remarks to your faggot self please. i get it, you're exhibiting and brandishing your reclusive lifestyle by stabbing at me through your computer screen. i feel sorry for myself for even stooping down to your apparent abysmal level by responding to it. if you want to be that rangerover bitch's puppet, be my guest. don't stick your nose up his ass and place yourself into business that surely enough has nothing to do with you. so please, as i asked once before. **** OFF.
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Old 06-08-2012, 02:40 AM   #35
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Why anyone would pay that kind of $$$ for motorcycle "insurance" is beyond me; Just keep the $5K in your bank and pay the ticket IF you ever get it! Lets be realistic, on a bike there is no NO way you can injure anyone unless you are stupid enaugh to hit a pedestrian! Even if you hit a car at full speed, no way anyone inside will be hurt, and you WILL be dead, so not much to worry about.
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Old 06-08-2012, 06:41 AM   #36
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did my bike insurance through TD bank, actually cheaper than expected, since when i did the quote online, i called in regards to possibly switching my car insurance with them as well, but had to wait until october till a ticket had passed, so i just got insurance for the bike only...

when i did the quote online, quoted me about $1,066.00, and on the phone, it was $883.00, so it's a done deal...

so guess to sum up, follow up with your quote on the phone, but don't mention you did it online, and see if you get a better rate on the phone, and i have full coverage as well with mine...
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Old 06-08-2012, 10:39 AM   #37
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jevco don't do super sport

listen, trever or whatever the **** your name is...keep your witty ass remarks to your faggot self please. i get it, you're exhibiting and brandishing your reclusive lifestyle by stabbing at me through your computer screen. i feel sorry for myself for even stooping down to your apparent abysmal level by responding to it. if you want to be that rangerover bitch's puppet, be my guest. don't stick your nose up his ass and place yourself into business that surely enough has nothing to do with you. so please, as i asked once before. **** OFF.
Classy Mr. El Getto Liso hackjob, everything I say I can backup.

Calling me a faggot?


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You have nothing to say but launch personal attacks, good job man.

Goodluck on your bike, you'll need it with your accident history.
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Old 06-08-2012, 11:00 AM   #38
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Classy Mr. El Getto Liso hackjob, everything I say I can backup.

Calling me a faggot?


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You have nothing to say but launch personal attacks, good job man.

Goodluck on your bike, you'll need it with your accident history.
thats fine. i had to patch that up to get safety done. ever work outside with the flu? either way, that temporary hack job, which earned me a safety certificate, was ripped out and properly welded with metal about 2 years ago. nice try.

ya, i called you a faggot. i mean, clearly you have that picture of me on your mind, im flattered but no, i don't swing that way bud. i havent seen that picture for quite long time actually. hehe, its pretty funny to me which is the reason i took it. difference is i enjoy my sense of humor. i am very comfortable with myself,thanks. i'm striking an import model picture of my car for joke. again, nice try.

every heard of the word provoke? well, with the current state of cyber culture, i suppose that provoking is synonymous to trolling. so given that, something you decided to take responsibility for throwing at me, how can you not expect me to personally attack you. open your eyes you ****ing clown. you're attacking the work i did. thats personal. who the **** do you think you are?

i ****ing swear. this is THE last time i am TELLING YOU, NOT ASKING you, to **** OFF. stop provoking me. you dont know me. stop trying to pretend to know me. i dont want to know you. so **** off!
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Old 06-08-2012, 11:21 AM   #39
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Ahhhhh. Max drama at it's finest. I DO hope you're safer out there with your bike than you were with the car.

To Eurostyle: MANY people are injured in their cars when bikes hit them, and some are killed. The rider (or parts of the bike) can go through a window, or the bike can penetrate the cabin far enough to injure or kill.

I think Meloche Monnex quoted my $60/month on a 600 SS bike, FWIW. 30, 2 minor tickets in the last 5 years, no prior insurance claims, Hamilton.
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Old 06-08-2012, 11:27 AM   #40
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FINALLY some drama around Max. It's been slow around here lately...
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Why anyone would pay that kind of $$$ for motorcycle "insurance" is beyond me; Just keep the $5K in your bank and pay the ticket IF you ever get it! Lets be realistic, on a bike there is no NO way you can injure anyone unless you are stupid enaugh to hit a pedestrian! Even if you hit a car at full speed, no way anyone inside will be hurt, and you WILL be dead, so not much to worry about.
Err... you can't be serious... Pretty sure the ramifications of getting slapped with a riding without insurance charge would be more than just the initial monetary fine.
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Old 06-08-2012, 03:54 PM   #41
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Old 06-08-2012, 10:28 PM   #42
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Why anyone would pay that kind of $$$ for motorcycle "insurance" is beyond me; Just keep the $5K in your bank and pay the ticket IF you ever get it! Lets be realistic, on a bike there is no NO way you can injure anyone unless you are stupid enaugh to hit a pedestrian! Even if you hit a car at full speed, no way anyone inside will be hurt, and you WILL be dead, so not much to worry about.

ya, that be a good idea.. but i think a bike attracts more attention from the police.

get a disability insurance from work, or another party, in case you fall and become cripled.
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Old 06-08-2012, 11:01 PM   #43
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Why anyone would pay that kind of $$$ for motorcycle "insurance" is beyond me; Just keep the $5K in your bank and pay the ticket IF you ever get it! Lets be realistic, on a bike there is no NO way you can injure anyone unless you are stupid enaugh to hit a pedestrian! Even if you hit a car at full speed, no way anyone inside will be hurt, and you WILL be dead, so not much to worry about.
I think we need cash to build infrastructure first and fix the exsiting roads. What's the point of having a bike with so bad gridlock. I mean it's nice to have it, but can we take a pull potention from it along all these issues, let alone 50km/h over...
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