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View Poll Results: What do you pay for insurance - Canada

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  • Under $500 - yeah right.

    18 37.50%
  • $501 - 1000

    18 37.50%
  • $1001 - 1500

    8 16.67%
  • $1501 - 2000

    4 8.33%
  • more than $2000 - You need a new INS Co.

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  1. #21
    Evil Twin TLSFREAK's Avatar
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    Here in OZ, we buy TLS for around $7000 - $8000 and my insurance is $440 full cover (fire, theft....)and its not compulsory.


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    I can't believe the rates that you canucks are forced to pay!!! I'm in New York and just have basic liability since the bike isn't really worth much... with Progressive I'm paying $75 a YEAR!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TLSFREAK View Post
    Here in OZ, we buy TLS for around $7000 - $8000 and my insurance is $440 full cover (fire, theft....)and its not compulsory.
    But you have to add the compulsory thrid party insurance we pay with our rego to that. i.e Mine's $37.40 rego & $370 CTP then add the voluntary comprehensive insurance too and it's not that cheap.

    (But our CTP will cover all my medical and expenses if I wheelie into a power pole while drunk).
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    Quote Originally Posted by mikelr View Post
    I can't believe the rates that you canucks are forced to pay!!! I'm in New York and just have basic liability since the bike isn't really worth much... with Progressive I'm paying $75 a YEAR!!!
    You got that right. Paying $1400/year for my "blacklisted" TL-R. It's actually MORE than I pay on my Hayabusa. Madness!

    And don't get me talking about having to pay separate accident benefits on every bike I own, even though I can only ride one at a time. Complete B.S.
    "I have Compulsive Suzuki Disorder"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayabuser View Post
    You got that right. Paying $1400/year for my "blacklisted" TL-R. It's actually MORE than I pay on my Hayabusa. Madness!

    And don't get me talking about having to pay separate accident benefits on every bike I own, even though I can only ride one at a time. Complete B.S.
    Whats the deal with the TL being "black listed"?

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    No idea. That's just what my agent told me when I questioned the price of the TL policy vs. my 'Busa.
    "I have Compulsive Suzuki Disorder"
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    $1200 insurance for me. Plus $42 for the plate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hayabuser View Post
    You got that right. Paying $1400/year for my "blacklisted" TL-R. It's actually MORE than I pay on my Hayabusa. Madness!
    It is that little sticker on our bike that calls it a "Super Sport". A Hayabusa is considered a "Sport Tourer" while the TLs are considered "Sport" bikes. Completely insane!

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    I just paid mine through TD and it cost me $434.00 for both my TLR a 98 and 02, here in Edmonton, Alberta. So you could say $217.00 each.

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    I pay $54 per year for basic coverage here in Colorado.
    2000 TLS, K&N, PCII, M4 full system, +4 on rear, Pilot Road 2's.
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