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Old 02-Jul-2010, 11:19 AM
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Hey every1 i know this is a car forum but im in need of some help...Im moving on from my hatch project almost done....And i really want a cbr 600 for my 1st bike but every online quote i got was like 6grand compaired to 1500$ for the ninja 500 but i want the cbr.Any1 know of some cheap insurance companies????????? thanx ppl
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Old 02-Jul-2010, 11:41 AM
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Hi there, there is a thread of different insurance companies to choose from and call if you would like, follow the link i have posted and that should give you some insight. This thread is also located in the motorcycle section
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Old 04-Jul-2010, 10:48 AM
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hey. did u try state farm. i`m 27, no tickets or accidents. for a 2001 r6 im paying 102 a month. with works out to 1200 a year. and i dont need to pay up front. they just take it out monthy. if is was to bring my 2 2000 civics to them, its going to go down to 85 bucks a month.
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ps. my buddy gave me the number, he has a 2003 cbr f4i. he pays like 120. but like 23 years old. but its under his dads name with his name as the primary ddriver.
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