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leaving barebones insurance on a bike

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    leaving barebones insurance on a bike

    I realize this is not the usual time of the season to ask this, but I am curious what you guys do over the winter with your bikes. What is the least amount of $$ I can pay while still retaining some level (mostly fire, theft) on the bike?

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    Lifer akira700's Avatar
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    leaving barebones insurance on a bike

    My insurance company (Commerce) wont allow me to keep my plates without insurance....at least that's what my agent said and I have believed it.

    its too much Mass. Registry hassle to turn off and on the Insurance ...

    its only like $250-$500 (depending on your coverage) anyway for the year isnt it?

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    leaving barebones insurance on a bike

    I keep my bikes insured all year-round with full coverage.
    ...because ya just never know....

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    leaving barebones insurance on a bike

    I ride Jello all year so I have to have insurance here.

    I do not think mine covers any of that?
    Infact, I do not think mine covers me getting hurt.

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    I keep my bike

    insured year round . Cause we get some 50, 55 in nov. dec. Jan & feb . & I ride, this year I hope to get a MsHap vest .. From Chrissy

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    leaving barebones insurance on a bike

    In NH you can put storage insurance - basically it is comprehensive part... for like $90 for 6 months.

    With cold weather gone in for few days in the winter usually the roads are so cruddy up with salt, sand etc... its not worth trashing your bike over..

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