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    Default Insurers ( Want to know companies that insure Trikes )

    Murcury does not , and Progressive is out so I'm looking for other options , any help appreciated ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gator Monroe View Post
    Murcury does not , and Progressive is out so I'm looking for other options , any help appreciated ...
    I had Formost for many years, And then they went crazy with their rates... 15 or 20 years with them never made a claim or got a ticket...

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    Progressive Insurance does

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    All State does also, can be expensive because they also go off engine size, I know this because it is who I had a few years back.

    The previous insurance company for the my Trike was State Farm and the lady only paid 98.00 a year on it, not sure if we all can get such a low rate, but that is who I will be checking out in a week or sooner.

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    I have State Farm for 3 years now and the rate has not gone up. Your cost will depend on what kind of over all coverage you have and deductible amount.
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    Will look at State Farm and Progressive , any other insights & wisdom appreciated ...

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    Hello, In 45 years of bikes I've tried a lot of companies in 5 different states. I've found Gieco is best for me. My trike is registered in La. as an '84 Yamaha with liability only. I pay $99. a year and that includes towing. I've been with them about 10 years this time in 2 different states and they have never gone up and they have been great to deal with. Thanks for your time

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    Quote Originally Posted by sonny8l3 View Post
    Hello, In 45 years of bikes I've tried a lot of companies in 5 different states. I've found Gieco is best for me. My trike is registered in La. as an '84 Yamaha with liability only. I pay $99. a year and that includes towing. I've been with them about 10 years this time in 2 different states and they have never gone up and they have been great to deal with. Thanks for your time
    How far will they tow it? What's the deductible?

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