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    Hello, On mine, it is 250 miles max with no deductible to home or a shop. I don't know if that is standard,I did not pick the coverage specifics and I've never asked. Thanks for your time,

    By the by, I highly recommend Geico personally.

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    I have state farm, but notice that geico advertises in motorcycle magazines and sponsors events, definitley bike/trike friendly.

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    I have had progressive for the last ten years, never made a claim and only have full coverage on the "new" harley. With four bikes on one policy my multibike discount brings the total to $393.00 a year. I had to put my new (1979) trike on another policy with a vintage goldwing and the premium increase for the trike was under 20 bucks. Of course that is only the required minimums.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator Monroe View Post
    Will look at State Farm and Progressive , any other insights & wisdom appreciated ...
    If you are a AARP member,Foremost has good coverage and rates---I can only speak being a New Jersey resident.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chester View Post
    If you are a AARP member,Foremost has good coverage and rates---I can only speak being a New Jersey resident.
    I had all my bike ,trike and side-by insured by foremost and probably for more than 20 years....Never made a claim , Never received a traffic ticket , Then i think it was 3 years ago? they sent me a letter that they were raising their rates across the board in NJ...

    Thats when i changed to Geico ...at half the rates of foremost .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by rhino 2 View Post
    I had all my bike ,trike and side-by insured by foremost and probably for more than 20 years....Never made a claim , Never received a traffic ticket , Then i think it was 3 years ago? they sent me a letter that they were raising their rates across the board in NJ...

    Thats when i changed to Geico ...at half the rates of foremost .....
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1dn5up View Post
    If your a good boy , most co’s know that the odds are against ya after a bunch of years. They made there money on ya , so it’s time to weed out the possibilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator Monroe View Post
    Will look at State Farm and Progressive , any other insights & wisdom appreciated ...
    Foremost does through AARP.

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    I noticed you posted this in the VW powered thread. A lot of insurers will not insure homemade trikes, if it is homebuilt. You might be fighting an uphill battle. Got a friend in Okla that finally gave up and parked his 'very nice' built trike.

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    I have Progressive on both my VW trike and V8 trike as well as two other bikes.
    Just me, myself, and I riding my V8 on the Rez.

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